Interweave Knits 1996-1997 Collection Download
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Go Classic with the Interweave Knits 1996-1997 Collection!
Get the first five issues of Interweave Knits ever published!
With this collection, you'll get the first five issues of Interweave Knits,
including the first-ever special issue from Fall 1996!
Interweave Knits Fall 1996
In this issue, learn the art of Fair Isle Knitting and put your Fair Isle knitting to practice with knitting patterns for a jumper, cardigan, and more. Read the tale of two women who went to Peru in Unfettered Sweaters and knit your own brightly colored sweaters with the Passion Vine Pullover and the Rainforest Pullover. Get Gloves Galore and learn how to knit basic gloves and mittens, plus several glove patterns. Work on knitted entrelac with patterns for a vest and hat, and read Deborah Robson's article on knitting with handspun yarn. Learn about teaching children to knit, how to adapt motifs for knitting, and get patterns for knitted socks, cardigans, patterns for women, and so much more!
Interweave Knits Spring 1997
In this issue, join Marilyn Murphy on a Scandinavian journey and tour Dale Yarn & Knitwear through Marilyn’s travel journal. Meet designer Vivian Hoxbro, who loves knitting and color in equal amounts and has experience in knitwear design, knitting software development, and teaching. Learn Vivian’s unique technique for knitting domino squares, and put it to practice with the Greensleeves sweater and vest patterns for adults and children. Take a crash-course in button making with Nancy Nehring and learn how to make the perfect button to accompany each garment you knit. This issue is filled with classic knitting patterns for cardigans, sweaters, socks, home décor, and a sweet baby blanket!
Interweave Knits Summer 1997
In this issue, indulge your knitting in nature’s palette and learn the allure and process of natural dyeing. Learn about the knitted nettle cloth of Nepal, a type of cloth made from yarn spun from raw nettle fibers and knitted into shawls in a variety of neutral tones. Find a new way to teach kids to color, with a basic introduction to natural dyes that is fun and simple. Learn about the history, beauty, and brilliance of beaded knits, and get the pattern for the beaded Diamonds and Hearts Baby Bonnet. This issue is filled with classic knitting patterns for tops, hats for kids, the perfect men’s sweater, and more!
Interweave Knits Fall 1997
In this issue, learn about the history of the nostepinde—a unique Scandinavian tool used for winding yarn balls with an easily accessible inside end of yarn. Learn tips and techniques for knitting Aran sweaters from the top down and browse staff reviews and recommendations for cables needles. Join Tara Manning in exploring Celtic Images and Family Patterns. Beth Morimoto guides you through planning and knitting a sweater for a child, which involves different sizing, fit, and considerations than adult garments do. This issue brings jackets, vests, tops, and many knitting patterns for women!
Interweave Knits Winter 1997
In this issue, travel to the Shetland Islands, origin of both Fair Isle knitting and Shetland lace. Visit the Isle of Skye and meet the Manwaring-Spencer family, who own and operate a museum and knitted goods shop. Get To the Point with this issue’s knitting needle review. Explore materials, from metals to woods and fiberglass, the benefits and features of each, sizing, and needle anatomy. Talk tams with this issue’s Tam Talk from the Knits staff, where each staff member knitted their own rendition of Mary Rowe’s “Basic Tam” pattern. This issue is filled with classic knitting patterns for accessories, winter-warmth sweaters and jackets, and more!
The Interweave Knits 1996-1997 Collection includes all five issues exactly as they were originally printed. These scanned, digital issues have interactive tables of contents, easy-to-print patterns, and all the tips and techniques that Interweave Knits is known for—starting with the very first issue. This collection is available on CD-ROM or as an instant download.
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