Interweave Knits Winter 2015

This issue of Interweave Knits Winter 2015 explores rugged refinement for winter with dramatic dusters, cardigans, and oversized wraps. Discover interesting texture patterns and bits of western colorwork embellish in the Outfitted collection, while sleek luxe fibers, oversized silhouettes, fitted silhouettes, cables, and feminine details characterize the Mulberry Cottage collection.
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Interweave Knits Winter 2015 is packed full of 21 rugged, outdoorsy knits that function for winter.

Inside this issue, you will discover generous wraps and belted jackets in dense patterns. All the wraps and cowls are reversible or somehow two-sided, which makes so much sense for accessories that don't always lie with one side hidden. You'll find big scarves and oversized stoles that have easy-to-memorize stitches, making them perfect projects to knit during holiday travel.

Join Donna Druchunas as she introduces you to qiviut fiber and The Musk Ox Farm in Palmer, Alaska. You will also learn how to treat and finish Fair Isle steeks in the section titled, "Beyond the Basics." Finally, author Linda Ligon shows you a day in the life of a Peruvian highland woman. The Quechua people of the Andes have been knitting for centuries in their mountain home, where life is harsh and creative arts are preciously beautiful, as well as highly utilitarian.

Take a journey to the edge of comfort with this issue: see where the warmest fiber grows in the coldest places as well as how knitters have been stitching color and joy in harsh climates for ages.

Order or download your copy of Interweave Knits Winter 2015 today!

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