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5 Animal-Baby Sweater Patterns for Your Little Animals

“Cute.” “Darling.” “Adorable.” All of these words are commonly used to describe babies and baby clothes, and why not? They are exactly that. But some are cuter than…

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Designed to Move: Andrea Rangel’s Design Collection

Andrea Rangel gets around. She spent her first eight years in a missionary community in the rain forest of Peru, her parents and grandparents having been missionaries.…

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KNITTING TRENDS

5 Reasons Why We Love Hygge SO Much

Not everybody knows what hygge means. Some on the North American side of the pond see it as a trend. That would be incorrect. It’s a Nordic…

Spotting Trends at the TNNA Summer Trade Show

The National Needle Arts Association descended on Cleveland, OH over this past weekend. The TNNA trade show is an event where yarn companies and other knitting suppliers…

Cast-On With These 5 Summer Yarn Blends

Lovely blends of plant and animal fibers make perfect summer yarn choices. Check out this gorgeous selection—another reason to start getting to work on summer projects! 1…

Summer Knitting Projects to Beat the Heat

Ahhh, summer. It’s officially here today, and I couldn’t be happier! Well, I guess I could be happier, because I’m visiting Scottsdale, Arizona, and it is WAY…

Medknitation Part III: A Calmer Way of Life

This is the third in a three-part series by author, yoga instructor, and knitter Suzan Colón. Check out Part I and Part II, and read on to…

Medknitation Part II: Therapeutic Knitting Is a Thing

This is the second in a three-part series by author, yoga instructor, and knitter Suzan Colón. (Read part I and part III so you, too, can become…

On Our Radar: 10 Best Knitted Tank Top Patterns for Summer

The topic of tank top patterns is a divisive one for knitters. On the one hand they provide an opportunity to knit something a little different, quicker (no…

The 7 Knits You Need for Festival Season

It’s festival season! Whatever you’re interested in, there’s sure to be a festival for it this summer. Music, fiber, food, beer, biking, the Renaissance—there are gatherings galore…

Summer Lace Knitting: The Beach Boho Lace Collection

Lace knitting is always a favorite for summer projects that can beat the heat. The thin yarn and easily packable projects are easy to take on summer…

Medknitation Part I: How Are Meditation and Knitting Related?

This is the first in a series of three guest blog posts by Suzan Colón, a New York City-based yoga instructor, writer, and knitter. (Read part Part…

5 Knitted Shawl Patterns for People Who Don’t Like to Wear Shawls

As a knitter, I was relatively slow to be bitten by the shawl bug. This shouldn’t have been the case; I love knitting lace, I’m perpetually just…

Knitting Short Cuts with Jennifer Dassau

I’m a huge fan of short-row knitting; those partial rows do all sorts of cool things. I’m also really into charted colorwork these days. So imagine how…

A Ravelry Guide to Wool Studio Vol. VI Designers

The knit designs presented within our Wool Studio brand are compelling and timeless. Wool Studio Vol. VI is no exception. Ten designers, each tasked to create one…

Best Friends for Infinity . . . Scarf

When I was in eighth grade, my best friend taught me how to knit. Witnessing the majesty of her effortlessly knitting a scarf and hearing the soft,…

Pattern of the Week: The Orphism Pullover

Generally speaking, I prefer knitting simple sweaters to complex sweaters. While lovely, any sweater that has multiple shaping and charts going on at the same time takes…

Something Borrowed, Something Blue, Something Knitted Just For You!

June ushers in wedding season—a season that has seemingly lengthened over the last few years! I’ve been to more October weddings than summer weddings lately. But summer…

Grafting: It’s Not Just for Knitters, Part 3

Susanna and Joni: If you’ve been following this series, you know we’ve been on a journey of discovery, with the end goal of creating a method to…

Knit Your Perfect Wedding Accessory

Did you get engaged recently? If so, congratulations! As a relative newlywed myself, I remember the initial frenzy of telling all your loved ones, making the obligatory…

Pattern of the Week: Baja Hoodie

My parents grew up in Southern California, and they spent many a great weekend in Tijuana and Ensenada (at the original Hussong’s Cantina!) in Baja, Mexico. My…

Interweave Knits and knitscene Spring 2019 ePatterns Released!

When I was hired by Interweave about two months ago (how time flies!), one of the first things I got to assist with was preparing patterns from…

Project of the Week: Trigono Tee

A Ravelry Guide Wool Studio Vol. VI KATE GAGNON OSBORN is co-owner of Kelbourne Woolens. She lives and knits in Philadelphia. Kate has contributed deeply to the…

Join Interweave Escapes in Santa Fe, New Mexico November 14-17, 2019 with Instructors Norah Gaughan and Amy Detjen‎

Event Overview Interweave Escapes is a unique way for knitters to come together, learn from knitting experts and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow devotees in this intimate, retreat-style…

Lisa’s List: Fiber Animals Ranked by Hotness

I remember a particularly cold winter, sitting at home with no less than 4 knitted things on: socks, slippers, legwarmers, and a hat. My heat does work,…