POW: The Frosting Pullover

You may have missed this selection for Pattern of the Week, from last year’s winter edition of knitscene, but that’s okay. I am here to ensure that you fully understand the aesthetic sweet spot that this garment achieves. And I am not exaggerating. Featured in the “Snow Day” story, the Frosting Pullover by Courtney Spainhower […]

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National Dog Day: Does Your Dog Wear Sweaters?

Dogs’ lives are short. Their only fault, really. – Agnes Sligh Turnbull Many dog lovers work here at Interweave. Project Editor Laura Hulslander rescues Greyhounds. One of the members of our ad sales team, Marilyn Koponen, does the same for Bernese Mountain Dogs. Editor Hannah Baker and I both have senior dogs. Her Labrador, Girlfriend, […]

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Throwback Thursday: Interweave Knits Spring 2007

Ten years ago, the Interweave Knits Spring issue premiered a new magazine design. The brand logo was tweaked, and the way we present the projects in our pages got a makeover. The magazine hasn’t deviated much from the “new” layout that was unveiled in 2007. What has changed is how we present ourselves to you […]

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Happy National Sugar Cookie Day!

National Sugar Cookie Day has us wondering what comes to mind when you think of this classic recipe. After comparing notes, we realized this cookie evokes deep nostalgia. A sugar cookie enters your consciousness and suddenly, you are transported to the kitchen of your childhood, fighting with your sister over the only “good” cookie cutter, […]

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World UFO Day: Get Lost in Your Own Craft Space

When considering World UFO Day, it’s easy to fall in line with all of our craft-minded friends who might assume this has something to do with Unfinished Objects. But the world did not set aside a day for our neglected projects. Instead, it’s a celebration of imagination and possibility. And that got us thinking deeper… […]

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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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Supersize Crochet: Begin With Home Decor

As the Bohemian style continues to hold broad appeal, it is seeing a life far beyond that crocheted dress your little sister wore to Coachella. Crocheted wall hangings, the ever-present afghan, crocheted baskets – these little touches make a house a home, while bringing back the thoughtful handmade lifestyle. With the release of Supersize Crochet […]

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Happy World Laughter Day!

The first celebration of World Laughter Day was on January 11, 1998, in Mumbai, India, and was conceived of by the founder of the Laughter Yoga movement. Laughter Yoga’s inspiration, in their own words, “Laughter is a positive and powerful emotion that has all the ingredients required for individuals to master themselves and to change the […]

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Transitional Crochet Style for Changing Weather

Hot, cold, windy, rainy, sunny. Welcome to spring. A dramatic season full of unpredictable weather means dressing in layers and choosing items with more versatility. We have gathered together a handful of transitional, yet stylish projects that will serve you well during springtime, but can play pivotal roles in your wardrobe any time of the […]

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