Perfect for any occasion, the Mackintosh Leaves Jewelry Set by Melissa Metzbower, featured in Knitting Traditions 2018, adds knitted jewelry to your repertoire! They’re fun and fast to make, perfect for best friend sets or goodie bag gifts. We have a great article about the art 
of Charles Mackintosh, Margaret Macdonald and Glasgow Style from […]

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Knitting Traditions 2018: Ann Veronica Cardigan

The Ann Veronica Cardigan by Mone Dräger from Knitting Traditions 2018 is that special yarn-splurge project you’ve been waiting for. It’s sophisticated, structured, and fun; plus you’ll love wearing it just as much as you loved knitting it. Mone drew her inspiration from Ann Veronica (H. G. Wells, 1909), a novel about the “New Woman” […]

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Smart Knits for Fall: Collegiate-Level Cables

Although I graduated from college over a decade ago this time of year always makes me nostalgic for back-to-school time. With that shift in season and mindset comes sharp new pencils, ruled notebooks, the smell of textbooks and erasers, and a blank chalkboard for a fresh start. That sense of nostalgia inspired our Harvard Square […]

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Interweave Knits Fall 2018: Race Point Pullover

I’ll paint a picture for you: the steel gray waters of the Atlantic, high dunes, the crash of waves, a craggily shore set against a cool blue autumn sky. Off the coast sailboats glide with their mast raised and people gather around fires on the beach for a fall clambake. It’s the best of life […]

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Pattern of the Week: Sandy Neck Pullover

Fresh out of the pages of Interweave Knits Fall 2018, the Sandy Neck Pullover is a timeless, cabled pullover handsome enough for a man and charming enough for a woman. It’s pretty clear over here at Interweave we celebrate knits for all people, and the Sandy Neck Pullover is our standout unisex design this fall. […]

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Pattern of the Week: Follins Pond Pullover

The knitting season is upon us and to usher it in Interweave Knits presents the Follins Pond Pullover by Moira Engel as our Fall 2018 cover project. This quintessentially Knits sweater kicks off an issue dedicated to cables, cables, cables! Yes, three mentions of cables are needed because this sweater is ideal for jumping into […]

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July 31 marks a great day in literary history—it’s the birthday of a favorite fictional hero, Harry Potter, not to mention J.K. Rowling’s, and . . . well . . . mine. I’m sure I’m not the only other Potterhead to share a birthday with Harry, but the coincidence fills me with childlike happiness. For […]

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This is an impossible task. How can I possibly choose my top 5 favorite Interweave Knits issues of all time?! I’ve been an Interweave knitter since I began knitting over a decade ago. The stockpile of back issues I have in my possession is mind boggling and doesn’t even include the issues I’ve served over […]

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Iconic knitwear designer Norah Gaughan has done it again: She’s created a chic, modern, and unexpected knitwear collection. Wool Studio Vol. IV: The Norah Gaughan Collection features 10 original women’s garments and accessories. The Avery Shawl is a standout Norah classic featuring clever geometric construction, but as you can see in the collection, there is […]

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In the height of summer, when the humidity is thick, the days are hot, and air-conditioned buildings feel like ice prisons, I start longing for crisp autumn days and wooly knitting. It’s a clever tactic on the part of publishers that fall knitting publications hit newsstands right around the time that I’ve had enough of […]

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