Interweave’s 2017 Knitting Books, A Year in Review
It’s time to say so long to 2017 as we welcome in 2018. It’s been a busy year in the books department here at Interweave, and before we fully forget 2017, the team would like to take a fond look back at all of the knitting book releases of the year.
Garter stitch might be simple, but the book Garter Stitch Revival is anything but. There’s so much to love about this versatile stitch, and from sweaters to mitts, the patterns from Garter Stitch Revival highlight all its capabilities perfectly!
We all love a great shawl. Whether you’re complementing a little black dress or cuddling up while reading your favorite book, shawls are one of the most versatile yet functional accessories around. With 20 beautiful patterns to make, you’re sure to fall in love with Classic Knit Shawls!
AlterKnit Stitch Dictionary
If you haven’t heard all the buzz about AlterKnit Stitch Dictionary, you’ve been missing out big time. Andrea Rangel really hit it out of the park on this title, and we just can’t get enough of this colorwork motif collection. From geometric to abstract to even the mildly cheeky, the possibilities are endless for using Andrea’s motifs!
It’s clear, we all love mitts! Kate Atherly’s book Knit Mitts is a must-have guide for any mitt-making knitter. We love how Kate walks us through every step of making a custom glove or mitt from proper sizing, to a DIY lining. She also includes solutions to problem areas often found in mitt patterns, and 10 gorgeous patterns too. You’ll be sure to make the perfect mitt with Knit Mitts.
Last but most definitely not least is our newest knitting title Plum Dandi Knits from Alicia Plummer and Melissa Schaschwary. Although this title just released a few months ago, it’s already hitting big with lovers of luxury yarn and simple designs. Delve into more than 23 sumptuous patterns and enter a dreamy world of knitting with Plum Dandi Knits.
Want to learn more about each of the books? Click the links within each book description to read blog posts from fellow Interweavers.
Happy knitting, and an even happier new year!