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Interweave Knits - winter 2020

Explore 14 designs meant to bring color to the dreary winter months in Interweave Knits Winter 2020. From stranded to two-color brioche, intarsia to mosaic, this issue is tour-de-force of colorwork techniques. Plus, learn how to disguise the jog in stranded knitting, and get inspired with new products and yarns!


Interweave Knits Winter 2019

The Science Issue! We've curated a collection of 19 designs inspired by the natural sciences and astrophysics. From the sediments of the earth's crust to far-reaching nebulas, this issue is filled with knits that appeal to our curiosities about the world around us.

Interweave Knits Winter 2019 includes garments and accessories that represent the periodic table of elements, the rings of Saturn, pictures from the Hubble space station, and so much more. Learn about how kids are taking to STEM and knitting, designer Andrea Cull's fascination with bioknits, and the science of grafting two-color brioche.


Interweave Knits Fall 2019

In the Fall 2019 issue of Interweave Knits, you’ll explore knits centered around the Swedish idea of fredagsmys, or “cozy Friday.” Curl up with 17 indulgent projects to keep you warm on chilly autumn nights.  Delight in autumn with apple picking, pumpkin patches, and corn mazes in the comfort and warmth of these casual sweaters and layering shawls. Gather ’round the fire, make s’mores, and share stories with six accessories to round out your handknitted cache to carry you and yours through all fall weekends this year, including those with chilly late-night bonfires. Whatever your favorite fall activities are, you’ll find a wide range of projects in this issue to accompany you as the season progresses. Cozy and lightweight sweaters, textured hats and cowls, wraps and mittens, even a delightfully homey blanket—you’ll find it all in this issue.  Plus, learn how to pick up stitches like a pro for the perfect neckline!!


Interweave Knits Summer 2019


This issue is all about coast-to-coast knits—11 beachside sweaters meet 8 colorwork shawls and socks for a perfect summer by the water. Learn the specifics behind after–thought sock heels in this issue’s technical article by knitting expert Karen Frisa. As usual, see the roundup of cool products we are loving this season, check out the Fiber Review by Laura Hulslander, and enjoy the Ravelings back page essay by Kathy Augustine.


Interweave Knits Spring 2019

We’ve curated a collection of 16 art–inspired designs for spring knitting. One collection of projects focuses on floral knits inspired by the Impressionist movement, and the other is filled with casual knits, perfect for weekends at the local farmer’s market. Interweave Knits Spring 2019 has garments and accessories knit with beautiful yarns and popular knitting techniques. For articles, fiber expert Amy Tyler talks wool-blend yarns and the differences between them; Interweave project editor Joni Coniglio takes us on a guided tour of knitting increases; and the Knitting Monk, Brother Aidan of the Holy Cross Monestary, examines craft as contemplation.


Knit Wear Fall/Winter 2018

In this beautiful issue, we’ve explored three different aspects of simplified knitwear. Explore colorwork knitting in our Modern Fair Isle story, featuring five stranded pullovers with pared-down colors and striking motifs. Curl up with our Comforting Cables story, which celebrates knitters’ favorite techniques without overcomplicating things. Find knits that feature a prominent cable but keep the rest of the garment minimalist. Get Back to Basics with designs made for movie nights, reading, podcasts, commutes, and traveling. These designs feature a bit of texture, a bit of ribbing, and occasionally a wee cable. Take a break from life and venture with us to the Faroe Islands to learn about Navia, a yarn company thousands of years in the making. Explore an alternative method of working the three-needle bind-off with Roxanne Richardson that leaves a flat chain stitch on one side and a purl ridge on the other. Work the chain on the right side for a gorgeous visible seam or work the purl ridge on the right side to blend perfectly with garter stitch. Finally, read an essay about a new knitter’s journey to body- and self-acceptance through knitting her first garments.


Noro Issue 13 Fall/Winter 2018

28 projects for the fall!  Beautiful Blankets to knit & Crochet…luscious leaves, gorgeous granny, textured triangles, one-skein wonders, crocheted blooms and more.


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