Knitting Traditions Ultimate Digital Collection

Get every digital back issue of Knitting Traditions magazine, from 2010 through 2013, for a limited-time low price and find vintage knitting patterns, lace knitting, and knitting history! Enjoy well over 200 knitting patterns for mittens, lace shawls, knitting for children, knitted colorwork and more.
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Knitting Traditions, 2010 Digital Edition   +$0.00 (EP2169, 1)
Knitting Traditions, Fall 2011 Digital Edition   +$0.00 (EP2720, 1)
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Knitting Traditions, Spring 2012 Digital Edition   +$0.00 (EP4413, 1)
Knitting Traditions, Fall 2012 Digital Edition   +$0.00 (EP4414, 1)
Knitting Traditions, Spring 2013 Digital Edition   +$0.00 (EP6579, 1)

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Indulge in your passion for knitting with the Knitting Traditions Ultimate Digital Collection. The collection includes 148 beautifully photographed and project-packed pages and 43 timeless projects that knitters will love.

Knitting Traditions 2010
This special issue presents more than 40 projects—socks, shawls and scarves, items for baby, a variety of hand coverings, hats, squares and edgings, and finger puppets—each with a story that provides historical context. Explore Peruvian needleknitting, Swedish knitted gloves, Russian shawls from Orenburg, German "art knitting," and more!

Knitting Traditions Fall 2011
Explore the amazingly rich traditions of knitting from all over the world. Start your tour in the British Isles and make your way to the mainland of Europe; adventure through Switzerland, Norway, Estonia, and Russia. Then wind your way into Asia to the Gobi Desert and East India. Next, journey to South America and the Andes. End your tour in the US with some intriguing stories from the prairie. Indulge your passion for knitting with unique patterns inspired by these different regions, plus a special gift section so you can share your fervor for knitting. Knitting Traditions brings the extraordinary history of knitting to life! 

Knitting Traditions Winter 2011
In this colorful, project-packed edition, readers will learn how to shag mittens, follow in the footsteps of knitters from ancient civilizations to today’s top designers, discover one method practiced in cultures as diverse as Andean and Portuguese, examine exquisite 18-century knitted carpets, explore the life of a Victorian knitwear designer, and 19th-century outlaws who knitted lace while serving prison terms. Explore lace, color, texture, and the timeless beauty of knitting with this issue of Knitting Traditions.

Knitting Traditions Spring 2012
From Islamic bags to Norwegian symbolism, and Civil War Socks to 1920s vintage knits, Knitting Traditions Spring 2012 offers a vast expanse of cultural traditions as well as historical traditions. Explore timeless knitting in three major themes: Useful Articles, Adornments, and Vintage Knits.You'll enjoy inspiring and informative companion stories that frame the projects with cultural and historical context, taking you to the heart of knitting.

Knitting Traditions Fall 2012
Jam-packed with over 32 knitting patterns, including new designs from top knitwear designers, Knitting Traditions Fall 2012 allows readers to indulge their passion for knitting! The patterns range from accessories such as hats, gloves, and socks, to larger garments such as wraps, shawls, and sweaters. In addition, knitters will love the focus on techniques, ranging from lace and bead knitting to geometrical design, and the companion stories that frame projects with cultural and historical context. Knitting Traditions brings the extraordinary history of knitting to life!

Knitting Traditions Spring 2013
This issue features 25 knitting patterns with inspiring and informative companion stories that frame the projects in cultural and historical context. Patterns include a vintage pucker-stitch knitted sweater, Orenburg lace scarves, gorgeous gloves and mittens, a miniature silk bag based on one from the 14th century, a sweet sweater and mitts for baby, and more! Plus, you'll find poignant stories about special knitters and a look at knitting schools in Elizabethan England.

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