Knitscene Accessories, 2013 Print Edition

Journey through style with Knitscene Accessories 2013—the 33 accessory patterns in this super-sized issue provide endless inspiration. Explore personal style in wearing and designing knits, then tackle 4 techniques to use in so many ways. The hottest shawls, scarves, mitts, hats, and socks to knit—they're all here.
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Knitscene Accessories 2013 is here!


The latest special issue from Knitscene magazine, Knitscene Accessories 2013 is packed with swoon-worthy accessories for all skill levels and all spirited personalities.


With four wildly different style genres to choose from, or mix and match for your own take, we‘ve got something for everyone in this year‘s Knitscene Accessories issue. Whether you identify more as a free-spirited traveler, a lover of folk-inspired knits, a fierce friend of modular works of art, or a fearless fashionista, the 33 shawl, scarf, mitt, hat, or sock patterns in our extra-large issue are sure to inspire your personal knitting style.


Plus, Caitlin ffrench asks if there‘s such a thing as wearing too many knits at once, Laura Birek explores the concept of personal style in a new setting, and we sit down to discuss design style with Rachel Coopey.

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Knitscene Accessories 2012 also includes knitting tips and techniques. With a mini-lesson on crocheted edgings, a tutorial on a knitted arched cast-on, in-depth instructions for knitweaving, and even tips for Latvian braids, knitters will successfully have the step-by-step instruction on-hand to make each and every accessory.

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Highway 14 knitters will love the laid back look of this design collection. Hit the road with these six knitted accessories: 

  • Mustang Mittens by AnneLena Mattison
  • Back Road Scarf (pictured here) by Andrea Rangel
  • Eloen Cowl (pictured here) by Moira Engel
  • Morgantown Hat (pictured here) by Bonnie Sennott
  • Corvus Shawl by Caitlin ffrench
  • Icelandic Star Cowl by Julia Farwell-Clay 
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Knit UNIT designs combine modular knitting with stripes and fun stitches. Tackle geometry with these 5 sharp accessories:

  • Amperes Hat (pictured here) by Talitha Kuomi
  • Zed Scarf (pictured here) by Barbara Kreuter
  • Resistance Shawl (pictured here) by Megi Burcl
  • Transistor Hat by Ann McDonald Kelly
  • Frequency Cowl (pictured above) by Barbara Kreuter
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Mission Bell is food for the soul. If you're searching for pleasantly surprising, peasant-style knits, you'll adore these 8 accessories:

  • Riga Bonnet (pictured here) by Allyson Dykhuizen
  • San Cristobal Shawl (pictured here) by Ashley Rao
  • Avesta Shawl (pictured here) by Kristen Hanley Cardozo
  • Rosita Hat and Mittens (pictured here) by Adriana Hernandez
  • Thisbe Cap by Paula B. Levy
  • Valois Shawl (pictured on cover) by Alexandra Beck
  • Rukkilill Mitts (pictured here) by Kate Gagnon Osborn
  • Cuphea Socks by Rachel Coopey
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Weird and Wonderful knits await you! With this design collection of 12 knitted accessories, you'll be inspired to create something different:

  • Preternatural Mitts (pictured here) by Grace Akhrem
  • Preternatural Hat by Grace Akhrem
  • Chicago Scarf by Dani Berg
  • A Sign of Affection Hat by Caitlin ffrench
  • Arnodda Socks (pictured here) by Rachel Coopey
  • So Faux Cowl (pictured here) by Amy Keefer
  • Pink Squish Hat by Lee Meredith
  • Bow Slouch by Adriana Hernandez
  • Vaudeville Shawl (pictured here) by Grace Akhrem
  • Fascinator by Paula B. Levy
  • Stagger Cowl by Bonnie Sennott
  • Bow and Arrow Hat (pictured here) by Andrea Babb
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Knitscene Accessories 2013 is funky, fun, and whimsical. You'll find a quick-knit or stunning piece for any wardrobe.

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SKU KA1300
Product Type Magazine
Author/Designer Knitscene Editors
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