Interweave Knits Spring 2015

Find 18 eye-catching knitting patterns in this issue of Interweave Knits. Plus, swatch your way through traditional 5-ply gansey wools, try out knitted-on edgings, and more.
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Get your coffee and settle into a delightful issue of Interweave Knits. This issue features 18 eye-catching knitting patterns including knitted shawls and clever projects with set-in sleeves.

Plus, escape to the far reaches of the ocean with the knitter and seawoman behind Upton Yarns’ functional fisherman yarns. This issue also shares Brown Sheep Yarn's legacy on the Great Plains.

Practice new knitting techniques with this edition of Interweave Knits, too: swatch your way through traditional 5-ply gansey wools and try out knitted-on edgings.

Order your print edition of Interweave Knits Spring 2015 while supplies last.

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Customer Reviews (2)
Very Nice!
I generally don't buy a whole magazine since there are so many ways to purchase specifically what I want online nowadays but am glad I purchased this in digital form! Although I wanted it for the Endless Rose Cowl pattern I'm looking forward to some other projects as well.LOVE IT!!! Review by Pat (Posted on 3/15/2015)
Too many shawls
While I have to say that there were techniques to learn in this issue, there were just too many shawls and still cowls. This being the spring issue I was hoping for lite spring tee's and shirts and blouses, maybe even a purse.
I really would like to see more form fitting shirts and blouses in your issues. There are many talented designers out there and all we keep getting are cowls, and shawls. A few nice spring cardigan's would be great too.
I really wish that you would keep the knits season appropriate.
And I really was hoping for more than just 18 patterns, especially if they are mostly shawls.
I really do love the magazine most of the time. And I will never go digital, as I love to read these in bed and pick out my next project. I like having the pattern right there with me instead of having to go look for my phone.
I do like the new techniques that you are showing. But please show us how to make more form fitting shirts and blouses, add color and a bit of texture as well.
Review by Kimberly (Posted on 2/24/2015)
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