Enjoy three special issues of the popular Knitting Traditions magazine, published by PieceWork. These digital magazines appear exactly as they were originally printed: Spring 2012, Fall 2012, and Spring 2013.
The full-color, electronic versions of these magazines include easy-to-navigate tables of contents, easy-to-print patterns, and historical knitting stories from around the world and across time.
This collection of Knitting Traditions magazines showcases 94 historical knitting patterns with inspiring and informative companion stories.
Knitting Traditions Spring 2012:
Disover over 35 patterns from all around the world, designed by master knitters, such as Vicki Square, Donna Druchunas, Sara Lamb, Galina A. Khmeleva, Nancy Bush, and many more. This issue focuses on techniques ranging from Orenburg lace, optical illusion colorwork, vintage lace, textured stitches, traditional colorwork motifs, and many others that will help beginners learn and inspire even the most seasoned knitters.
Knitting Traditions Fall 2012:
This issue is jam-packed with over 32 knitting patterns, including new designs from top knitwear designers! The patterns range from accessories such as hats, gloves, and socks, to larger garments such as wraps, shawls, and sweaters. In addition, knitters will love the focus on techniques, ranging from lace and bead knitting to geometrical design, and the companion stories that frame projects with cultural and historical context.
Knitting Traditions Spring 2013:
This issue features 25 knitting patterns with inspiring and informative companion stories that frame the projects in cultural and historical context. Patterns include a vintage pucker-stitch knitted sweater, Orenburg lace scarves, gorgeous gloves and mittens, a miniature silk bag based on one from the 14th century, a sweet sweater and mitts for baby, and more!
Each issue of Knitting Traditions magazine connects the knitters of the past to the knitters of today.