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  • The Country Summer Shawl: A Labor of Love

    Detail of the Country Summer Shawl At age nineteen, Sara Greer learned to crochet, and she never looked back! She's become a knitter, dyer, and spinner, learning to process many fibers, including her favorite exotics. This is the story of Sara's Country Summer Shawl, featured in the fall 2014...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Aug 20, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitted Shawls, Knitting
  • For the Early Birds

    Yes, it's August. It's still summer, and it's still hot. The latest Knits special issue might make you believe otherwise. Interweave Knits Gifts 2014 is already up for pre-order and will be on sale in stores in a few short weeks. This issue has a whole new look that separates it from past...
    Posted to Inside Knits by hannahrbaker on Aug 19, 2014
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Stitches, Summer Knitting, Holiday Projects, Knitting
  • Autumn and Knitting: Perfect Harmony

    Ropemaker Pullover by Ashley Rao It's still plenty hot here in Spokane, but the temperatures are starting to drop more quickly at night, and the mornings are nice and cool. This slight change in the weather reminds me that fall is on its way, and with it, new knitting projects! My dad was a teacher...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Aug 18, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Cardigan Knitting Patterns, Scarf Knitting Patterns, Cable Knitting, Knitting, Knit Cowl Patterns
  • Short-Rows: A New Method

    Gentle Waves Bag by Myra Wood. Get the free pattern! Short-rows are a valuable tool to have in your knitting tool box. You can use them to add length to one section of a garment—I did that in our current knit-along, the Kayleen Pullover. Since I carry weight in my midsection, my tops usually hang...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Aug 15, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Daily TV, Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Bags, Knitting Daily, Knitting
  • Throwback Thursday: My First Sockupied

    We just released the Sockupied Fall 2014 emag (and it is also now available in the iPad store—sorry about the delay there!), and it's gotten me thinking about the first issue of Sockupied . While Anne steered the ship, I worked on that issue in small ways, ordering yarn and working on some...
    Posted to Inside e-Knitting Magazines by AmyPalmer on Aug 14, 2014
    Filed under: Sock Knitting, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques, Toe Up Socks, Knitting, How to Knit Socks
  • Nevelson Lace Pullover: Done!

    Just in time for the weather to still be too hot to wear a knit sweater, I finished my Nevelson Lace Pullover , the cover project from Amy Christoffers's New American Knits ! When I first saw the cover image for the book, I feel in love with this pattern. It's classic Amy—simple but engaging...
    Posted to Inside Knitscene by AmyPalmer on Aug 13, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Stitches, Knitting
  • Happy Camper

    Mimi Seyferth’s stunning scarf inspired by the “twist of crimson silk” in Edith Wharton’s short story “Roman Fever.” Photo by Joe Coca. I am a happy camper: PieceWork ’s fourth special issue combining two of my favorite things—literature and needlework—is...
    Posted to Traditions Today by Jeane Hutchins on Aug 12, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knitting
  • Learn It: Reading Charts

    Certain knitting techniques come easier to some than to others. Reading charts, for example, was easy to me from the beginning. I worked a lot of cable charts after knitting my first few sweaters, so I became used to applying the symbols on the chart to my knitting. Texture and eyelets create a fun pattern...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Aug 11, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitted Accessories, Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting, Knit Cowl Patterns
  • Blocking: From Good to Great

    Blocking takes knitting projects from good to great. I've talked a lot about lace shawl knitting lately, and blocking is essential to bring out the beauty of lace patterns. Weaving the string through the edges of the shawl Marcy Smith, editor of Interweave Crochet , wrote a useful tutorial about...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Aug 8, 2014
    Filed under: Lace Knitting, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Knitted Shawls, Knitting
  • The Scarves of Fall

    Our Knitscene Fall 2014 issue includes a lovely collection of scarves, Mountainside Scarves to be exact. Late summer into early fall is a great time of year to both make and wear knit accessories; summer heat is abating, but it might still be a bit warm to spend long hours under a heaping pile of yarn...
    Posted to Inside Knitscene by LouisaDemmitt on Aug 7, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques, Color Knitting, Knitting
  • Double-Point Needle Case

    The committed and disorganized sock knitter knows the frustration of hunting down sets of matching double-pointed needles. A selection of needle cases, each holding a single set, will make for an easier and far more colorful life. Clearly mark the flap with French knots to denote the size needles—one...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Notebook or Netbook Cozy

    Whether the recipient is high tech or low, a personalized cozy will be happily received. Originally conceived with a Netbook in mind, just a small square of wool-blend suiting offers up the majority of the felty feel of this project. The shots of color and interest are achieved through contrasting thread...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Felted Heart Milagros

    These little hearts bring me such joy that I can’t stop myself from making and sharing them! Knitted in one piece with a bit of short-rowing for shape, there is just one quick seam and a little stuffing before you shout, “Everyone in the pool!” Well, the “pool” may be the...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Heart-in-Hand Mitts

    The intarsia method of working with color strikes fear in many knitters. Oddly, I find it far easier and way more fun and manageable than two-color Fair Isle knitting. I guess, like everything else, it takes a first attempt followed up with a bit of practice. I hope that not only will there be a pair...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Baby’s First Felted Feet

    What I adore most about dressing up baby is the pure whimsy of it all. When it comes to footwear, there is no need for sensible shoes on fresh little feet. The only concern is for the softness and warmth that this felted pure alpaca guarantees. Of course, the only other concern—the “cute”...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Bevy of Bangles

    These silent bangles came to be because of my love of big, bold bracelets and my loathing of the clang, clang, clunk that almost always accompanies them. The first time I wore an armful to “girl’s night,” all my girlfriends wanted their own. I spent one evening knitting up a basket...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Modern Mangas

    Mangas is the Spanish word for “sleeves.” The mountain people in the Andes wear the most wonderful ornately knitted sleeves over their clothing for warmth. They’re like leg warmers for the arms. I fused this familiar Peruvian silhouette with traditional British Isle patterning, then...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Felted Leaf Brooch

    Nothing says autumn like falling leaves. Quickly knit with scraps of stash yarn, these leaves can be anything you wish them to be. Here, a pair is turned into a simple brooch (attach one to the Cabled Boot Toppers on page 16). But imagine one attached to a braided or crocheted cord wrapped around a jar...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Hazy Frills Neck Wrap

    It’s the light loftiness of this yarn that creates all the allure—it’s not known as Kid Silk crack for nothing. A few ruffles at each end is all that’s needed to tart up a simple garter-stitch oblong. Even better, this project has twice the “gifting” in it! The two...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
  • Cabled Boot Toppers

    I have always found it a shame that once boot weather starts, pretty handknit socks are sadly hidden until the next sock-showing season. Boot toppers are my answer to this problem. Let the boots hide the store-bought socks and allow the lushness of cables and frilly edges peek out where they can be enjoyed...
    Posted to Gifted by mekincannon on Oct 13, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Patterns, Knit, Mags Kandis, Interweave Books, Gifted
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