Knitscene Fall 2014 patterns now for individual sale!

Interweave's 12 Days of Deals continues today with a great deal—save $10 on $35, today only!

However, today I'm here to talk to you about the wonderful patterns from Knitscene Fall 2014, which are now available for individual download in the Interweave Store.

Our gansey-inspired story featured variations on classic knit-purl patterns.
Allyson Dykhuizen designed the Block Island Pullover, and then worked up another version using stark contrasting colors. I love how her simple colorwork pattern stands out in this combination! I still need to finish my East Neuk Hoodie but oh my, how stunning is aimeemarie's? Kristen Orme's hoodie is a delightful knit and I hope I look half as great as Aimee when mine is finished. JanuaryYarns also worked up a Block Island Pullover in colors closer to the original, but with a little more contrast. It looks so great on Sarah!
Not everyone would go bold with a bright orange color for a hoodie but I absolutely am enthralled with Tlcheek's version! This Deer Isle Pullover, designed by Alison Green, looks great—excellent knitting from elizar3. I designed the Kittery Hat as an experiment with taking traditional gansey motifs and translating them to colorwork, and I love how kleiner-fisch's version turned out!
Our featured designer, Julia Farwell-Clay, created an incredible collection that resonated with knitters.
shutterhoney's bright and cheerful Steampunk Pullover has super simple modifications (mostly in the sleeves). I love how Monikita made the fitted Dauphine Cardigan a loose and relaxed cardigan to fit her personal style. Speaking of the Steampunk Pullover, I absolutely love how happy Aimeemarie looks wearing hers!
We had a story on scarf patterns, a knitted essential for fall!
How cheerful is stefaniegrrr's Lory Shawl, designed by Bristol Ivy? I love the bright color choice for this project. Read Stefanie's blog post here! Wheelomatic worked up the Vista Scarf by Maria Leigh in a great variegated yarn—the effect is subtle and stunning. BeanCountKnitter worked up a Soldier Canyon Scarf, designed by Dani Berg, and then whipped up a pair of matching fingerless mitts in the same yarn!
Finally we had our tweed story, featuring some of our favorite tweed yarns in great designs.
glenlea's Callanish Cardigan, designed by Marianne Hobart, is absolutely amazing on her in a subtly variegated yarn! Faye Kennington's Berneray Pullover is totally hovering around the top of my queue and seeing finished projects like fjb's makes me want one even more! Hope Vickman's Glenveagh Mitts are a great marriage of a simple stitch and a great yarn, and I think they look amazing in fencersofyarn's green project!

 

I love seeing what our readers have made from issues of the magazine! If you've finished a project from Knitscene Fall, or any issue of Knitscene, leave me a link below in the comment or shout out to me on Twitter @AmyPalmerKnits!

 

Happy knitting!

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