Knitting

A Love Letter to Galina Khmeleva & the Orenburg Lace Shawl

One of the best parts of my job as a video producer for Interweave is getting to know the instructors. And by “know,” I mean not simply…

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Other Names for a Shawl

Happy shawl month! At Interweave, we are celebrating shawls all February long. To get on the same page from the get-go, we started out the month by…

Basic Brioche & Bold Brioche Cables Workshop Bundles

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Interweave Knits Winter 2020

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Knits Gifts 2019

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knitscene Winter 2019

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45+ Knitted Cast-Ons & Bind-Offs Online Workshop

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knitscene Fall 2019 Digital Edition

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The Knitter’s Toolbox Online Workshop

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Other Names for a Shawl

Happy shawl month! At Interweave, we are celebrating shawls all February long. To get on the same page from the get-go, we started out the month by…

The Structure of Shawls

I am old enough to remember when shawl knitting blazed back into vogue. It was in the mid-2000s, and we were inundated with sock yarns, but getting…

A Brief History of the Modern Shawl

If you Google “shawl,” the first few results are the usual mainstream ones— Wikipedia, Etsy, some clothing e-commerce sites. But then, Ravelry knitted shawl pattern listings quickly…

Fibers Abound in Interweave Knits Spring 2020

How many sheep breeds are there? If a person types this question into a Google search, they would quickly find that there is no definite number. The…

Going with the Flow: The Currents Shawl

February is Shawl Month here at Interweave, and we’re knee deep in these beautiful projects—discussing them, writing about them, and knitting them! I’ve got Stephen West’s Flying…

A New Season of the Fiber Nation Podcast, or: The Case of the Half-Knit Stocking

Fiber Nation is a knitting podcast that goes beyond knitting. That’s a catchy phrase, but what exactly does that mean? For a podcast grounded in storytelling, it…

What Makes a Shawl a Shawl?

Here at Interweave Knitting Headquarters, February is shawl month! We are knitting, discussing, and celebrating shawls of all varieties this month, which has prompted us to ask…

Escape to Santa Fe: What Kind of People Knit?

Back in November, I emerged from a weekend with my expectations dashed.  As business leader for Interweave, I thought that I had a general idea as to…

Double Knitting: Alasdair Post-Quinn Wants to Blow Your Mind

I’ve been meaning to learn about double knitting since I found out that it doesn’t only make a tube! Alasdair Post-Quinn has figured out how to use…

It Doesn’t Have to be Perfect

Hi there. Typical Virgo here👋🤓. One of the quintessential Virgo characteristics I relate to most is that of perfectionism, which can come out in my knitting processes…

Grafting: It’s Not Just for Knitters

When it comes to the world of yarn and fiber, most crafters know that knitting and crochet are very different. Knitting uses two needles, while crochet uses…

Grafting Two-Color Brioche with the Unified Field Cowl

We are delighted to unveil the inner workings of the Unified Field Cowl—a quintessential winter accessory featuring an intriguing stitch, luxurious yarn, and a seamless finish. The…

Knitting a Sweater from Side to Side (Part 1)

You’ve probably made sweaters from the bottom up, and possibly from the top down, but have you ever tried knitting a sweater from side to side? This…

Fun with Edges

The knitscene Spring 2020 collection is all about two things: garter stitch and interesting edges. I recently talked about 5 different ways you can use garter stitch…

2020 Goals: Learn to Knit Lace

Is your 2020 goal to learn to knit lace? (If not, it should be—lace is awesome!) Do you understand the basics of knitting lace, but want to…

Best Practices for Submitting Designs to Interweave Knitting

Interweave publishes knitting patterns under three distinct brands: Interweave Knits, knitscene, and Wool Studio. This means the knitting team creates 11 issues annually—that’s more than 150 patterns!…

So You Want to Write Knitting Patterns … Read This First!

You’ve been knitting for a while. You’ve progressed from simple patterns to pattern modifications to coming up with your own designs. Maybe someone at your LYS loved…

Join Interweave Escapes in Camden, Maine April 30 – May 3, 2020 with Instructors Sarah Solomon and Amanda Scheuzger

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

Join Interweave Escapes in Stowe, Vermont May 28-31, 2020 with Instructor Lorilee Beltman

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

Join Interweave Escapes in Lake Tahoe, California April 16-19, 2020 with Amy Gunderson and Enjoy an Excursion to Jimmy Beans Wool

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

Norah Gaughan’s Murray Pullover: A First Sweater Pattern to Savor

I’ve been knitting for well over a decade, but until now, I never tackled a garment with sleeves. Call it an irrational phobia; so far I’ve always…

knitscene Winter 2019: Tales from Behind the Camera

I don’t usually see the garments from our magazines on a human being until the day of a photo shoot. It’s true! The morning of a photo…

I am OBSESSED with this garter-stitch shawl!

The Brunch Shawl published in knitscene Winter 2019 quickly became one of the favorite patterns in this issue. It’s no wonder why! It’s a versatile garment that…