A Raffia Crochet Project to Brighten Your Life

There is an exotic lure to raffia. Yes, raffia. I’m talking about the fiber that is found in shoes, twine, and textiles. It is also used to graft trees. This hardworking material is derived from multiple species of Palm, with deep origins in Madagascar. And that is where the exotic lure comes into play. Because, this: […]

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It’s collection release time for Interweave! We love reflecting back on a full year of beautifully designed projects, mostly due to our curiosity about what you love. Digging into Ravelry gives us the full scope of that love and what you have been inspired to make. 2017 was an exceptionally stunning year for our flagship […]

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Pattern of the Week: Herring Cove Wrap

Interweave Knits Fall 2018 has many of us on the Interweave team craving cozy autumn cables. It is the cable issue, after all. And make no mistake, these projects will take your needles and your wardrobe to new heights. The Herring Cove Wrap is no exception. Although the cables will require your attention, the wrap’s […]

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Pattern of the Week: Beatrice Sweater

Editor Hannah Baker likes to call the Beatrice Sweater “The perfect knitscene project.” When asked what that means, she elaborates, “It has an easy approach, but there is still some unique quality about it.” In this case, that easy approach lies within the stockinette stitch that makes up the bulk of this garment. But what […]

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Life Is Good® When You Master Peace

A lot of words are bandied about the yarnosphere like, “stress-relief” and “fulfillment.” The Craft Yarn Council just spent an entire month encouraging their followers to “Stitch Away Stress.” There is a New York Times article that surfaces semi-regularly regarding the mental health benefits of both knitting and crochet. Why all of this buzz regarding […]

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Summer is here, and our filet crochet Market Bag kit will be needed in your day-to-day more than you might imagine. At its core, it is a item of practicality as much as it is a fun crochet project. This is your go-to for the farmer’s market, as it seems meant to carry a baguette, […]

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Happy Father’s Day from Interweave!

We are reflecting on crafts today, as we consider everything we have made for Dad over the years to wish him a Happy Father’s Day. From macaroni art to clay ashtrays (wait, was that just me?), to wood shop projects, to personalized random objects. I lobbed the below question to our staff: “What do you […]

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Reading the bio for designer Ashlyn Holmes reveals not only that she is an environmental scientist, but also that she enjoys gardening and languishing in nature. It seems absolutely appropriate, especially considering the earthy vibe of her Basking Crossbody Bag. This tangible gateway to summer fun is one of four projects in Interweave Crochet Summer 2018‘s […]

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