Knitscene Winter 2017 Call for Submissions

Knitscene Winter 2016Knitscene magazine is seeking projects for its Winter 2017 issue. Simplicity is key—the knitscene reader is looking for beginner-to-intermediate knitwear patterns that result in fabulous and wearable knits. Our focus is on stylish silhouettes, intriguing shapes and textures, and simple instructions that are fast and fun to follow.

knitscene Winter 2017 Call for Submissions
Interweave knitting group submission form
Interweave knitting group Contributor Guidelines

Further information:

Deadline for submissions received: Friday, December 30, 2016
Since the deadline falls right around the holidays, we’ve built in a few extra weeks for shipping, so please keep this in mind as you plan.

Sample projects would be due mid-March 2017.

Submission Requirements:
—A sketch of your design idea
—A swatch of the proposed fabric in desired yarn weight & fiber
—A written description of the piece & its construction, technical and decorative details.
—Your legal name (we can publish with a different name but for tracking and contracting purposes, we require a legal name), daytime phone number, mailing address, and EMAIL ADDRESS (please be sure to print legibly)
—The Interweave Knitting Group Submission Form
—A self-addressed envelope if you would like your submission to be returned to you

You can see past issues of knitscene on Ravelry.

We do not accept email submissions, sorry! Any submissions sent by email will not be considered.

We DO accept international submissions!

Decisions are made and designers with accepted submissions are contacted approximately two to four weeks after the submission deadline. Submissions that are not accepted into the issue will be returned approximately four to six weeks after the deadline.

We work with yarn companies to provide yarn support for all samples.

If your proposal is accepted, knitscene requires a one-year period of exclusive, first-publish rights after which the rights revert back to you, with options for varying degrees of rights and royalties.

Thanks and good luck with your submissions!

Hannah Baker
Editor, knitscene