Interweave Knits, Holiday 2016

fc_kg16_deluxe_coverInterweave Knits, Holiday 2016 Digital Edition brings it back home with traditional knits. This packed issue features 23 knits celebrating the holidays as well as heritage items for the home and for the hope chest. “Folk Lace,” features three stunning shawls celebrating our ancient craft with traditional, cobweb weight yarn and intricate lace work. “Heritage at Home,” is packed with holiday items like Christmas stockings, mittens, blankets, and a festive snowman family. “Little Ones,” is just as it sounds, featuring colorwork garments and accessories for children. “Cabled and Knotted,” runs the gamut of cabled accessories, from menswear to an entwined cabled caplet. A special section inspired by the author Jan Brett’s children’s book series features two original patterns brought to life from the illustrations. Learn how to make pom-poms with any household item with Knitscene‘s editor, Hannah Baker. And finally, let the Greater Boston Knitting Guild bring you inside their annual holiday meeting to discover their charitable works and cookie recipes.

Star Designers: Carol Feller, Lisa Jacobs, Bonnie Sennott

You can purchase the a digital copyhere, and a physical copyhere.

Cabled & Knotted

Heritage at Home

Folk Lace

Little Ones

Illustrated Knits

Extra Patterns!

Fiber Journal: Festive Fibers

Knitter’s Kits: Holiday Gift Guide

Beyond the Basics: DIY Pom-poms by Hannah Baker

Maker’s Tools

Ravelings by Jenn Rein

 

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About sarahrothberg

Sarah Rothberg is the assistant editor for Interweave Knits. Graduating from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism, she has a diverse background in knitting, photography, videography, drawing, sculpting, writing, and painting. She started learning textile arts with embroidery and crochet from her great-grandmother and grandmother and started knitting in college by making scarves for her friends. She now aspires to take on more complex projects and break out of her scarf-centric comfort zone.

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