Explore color this year with Interweave Knits Winter 2020

It’s been quite the year. So much has changed since last year’s winter issue of Interweave Knits that all the happenings would be hard to summarize in this modest message. I’ll simply say that I’ve been in a reflective mood lately, and I look forward to seeing how the year 2020 unfolds. I’m hoping for positive changes, fun challenges, and maybe just a bit more relaxation, if I can swing it. Mostly, I’m hoping to do things differently in 2020. Adjustments can take a while in this business, given that we work so far out on the calendar, but I’m optimistic we’ll see a general shift in a new direction.

interweave knits winter 2020

All photos by Harper Point Photography.

One small change we made in this issue was to combine the projects into one large project story. In the past, we usually made two, three, or sometimes more project stories to break the collection into smaller sets. This time, all the beautiful, colorful projects came together so well that we felt no need to separate them out in terms of both photography and placement within the magazine. We want to hear what you think about the different—do you like one big project collection or a few different themes and smaller stories in one issue?

Interweave Knits Winter 2020

All photos by Harper Point Photography.

The patterns of Interweave Knits Winter 2020 cover all kinds of different colorwork techniques—mosaic, stranded, two-color brioche, and so many more. The colors were chosen to brighten up your winter when you need it most. You’ll certainly have no shortage of inspirational knitting to help get you through what can sometimes be the most difficult time of year. I hope you’ll find something you’ll love to knit as you close out this year and move into the next, and that the new year brings you something new and positive.

Sincerely,
Hannah


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