Interweave Knits Spring 2015 Digital Edition
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Interweave Knits Spring 2015 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.
Download your copy of Interweave Knits Spring 2015 today.
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- digital is nice, but....
- I loved being able to buy the magazine and get a sweater pattern that I saw IMMEDIATELY and without having to brave the rain we are having. BUT I wanted to make a copy of the pattern to carry around. VERY DIFFICULT to copy the pattern and the charts would not copy. Please think of a way to fix this. (Posted on 3/26/2015)
- Spring Issue 2015
In response to the review on 02-24-2015.............I don't really know about other countries, however, here in the USA we DO NOT need more form fitting clothes! Have you taken a good look around lately? Obesity is a real epidemic! We need clothing that will 'hide' the excessive weight that people are carrying around & that will be comfortable for the person wearing it. Patterns that will be not only comfortable, but flattering as well. Most people do not look good in form fitting clothes.
I love the T on the front cover. (Posted on 3/10/2015)
- Tired of Shawls
I have to say that most of the magazine is shawls. While there are new techniques to learn, it is the spring issue. I really wish that there were just more form fitting shirts or blouses to make. Even a purse maybe. I just know that there are so many wonderful designers out there and all we keep getting are cowls and shawls. Also I am tired of all the baggy shirts. (I believe this is more for Knitscene Magazine) but really baggy shirts are not flattering on very many people.
Also I have to admit that 18 patterns and the magzine so much smaller really is a bummer. Not that it would make me want to go digital. I love to look at my magzines at night and actually read them and pick out my next project.
Please put more knitting projects in your magazines, more informative reading, and more slim fitting and season appropriate wear. (Posted on 2/24/2015)
- Lots of patterns on a wish list to knit
- For someone who likes light patterns, a Spring issue is a delight and this one has a bunch of patterns that I am definitely going to knit. Love the shawls and the tees. (Posted on 2/13/2015)