The Unofficial Harry Potter Knits, 2013 Print Edition

Discover over 30 knitting patterns featuring magical details in lace, cables, and colorwork all inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.
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Experience a secret world of magic and knitting!

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From the editors of the popular special issue Jane Austen Knits comes a brand new literary inspired magazine that will take you into a magical world of knitting. Enter a world filled with transformative knits, empowering mythology, and classic garments in this collection of 30+ knitting patterns inspired by the beloved characters, stories, and worlds of J.K. Rowling’s popular novels.

 

30+ Magical Knitting Projects

 

The knitting patterns in this issue are broken up according to their magical subject matter. Take your favorite classes and learn new techniques such as lace knitting, colorwork knitting, and cable knitting in:

  • History of Magic—House scarves with modern stripes, a sweater fit for a sorcerer, socks that will knock you off your broom, and two vests: one harnessing the power of the sun, the other contrasting the pillars of civilization with the immensity of the heavens.
  • Care of Magical Creatures—Woolen socks and a colorwork hat and to keep you warm as you pace the study; mitts and socks that keep the damp at bay while you repot challenging shrubberies; a sweater of gigantic proportions; a scarf that hints at the wild of the woods; and a hair bow that is the perfect accessory for any ambitious bureaucrat with a sadistic desire for power.
  • Transfiguration—You’ll want a hooded cloak and laced mitts when you set out on a trek to the Albanian forest; when sneaking around the castle for a late night snack, whimsical socks will help you tread lightly; make a tower of hats for the hardworking elves in your life; Even when you’re invisible, a little bit of lace can be comforting; and if you think the mermaid’s song is hard to resist, try resisting knitting the mermaid’s shawl.
  • Charms—When dark wizards seem to lurk in every corridor, don an owl cardigan with keen eyes to watch your back; Pull on your mitts—not only can they keep your hands warm while your fingers remain nimble, they also provide a handy place to stash your wand; sometimes the only way to quell the power of a nasty name is to knit it up and wear it proudly—in the form of a becoming cardigan; When battling dark wizards, a pair of mittens with all the spells spelled out on the palms of your hands can be really . . . um . . . handy.
  • Defense Against the Dark Arts—Make a colorwork vest that hints at your hidden powers; knit an intricate cablework sweater for a complex character—or maybe even yourself; sometimes shifting your appearance can be as simple as taking off a lacy layer; Old manors that have been in families for generations can be drafty—a pair of warm socks, an elegant wrapper, and a lacy cloak will keep off the chill.

A Magazine for All Knitters

 

Whether you are a fan of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, or just an avid knitter, these wearable knitting patterns are sure to satisfy.

 

Like Jane Austen Knits (our first foray into knitting magazines inspired by literature), this publication contains many patterns for intermediate to advanced knitters. We have included a few patterns that will appeal to beginning knitters as well. For our readers who are compelled to knit for the first time because of this publication, you’ll find resources akin to the treasure at

Gringotts at your fingertips at knittingdaily.com.

 

But There’s More

 

Feature articles in this issue take you even further into the worlds of knitting and Harry Potter. Learn about the handknits made for the Harry Potter films, find out about Stephanie Dosen’s inspired knits and felted creatures, get a glimpse into what Harry Potter’s Britain may look like, learn what knitting has to do with family in J.K. Rowling’s magical stories, and see how knitted symbols carry their own magic throughout history.

 

Don’t miss your chance to experience a world of magic through knitting. Get your copy of The Unofficial Harry Potter Knits today! Due to copyright restrictions, this magazine is only available in the United States.

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Discover over 30 knitting patterns featuring magical details in lace, cables, and colorwork all inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.

 
Due to copyright restrictions, this magazine is only available in the United States. Note that this magazine is unofficial and unauthorized. It is not authorized, approved, licensed, or endorsed by J.K. Rowling, her publishers, or Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
 
Discover over 30 knitting patterns featuring magical details in lace, cables, and colorwork all inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.
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Discover over 30 knitting patterns featuring magical details in lace, cables, and colorwork all inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.
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Discover over 30 knitting patterns featuring magical details in lace, cables, and colorwork all inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.
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Stunningly Beautiful Projects Inspired by Harry Potter
I can't wait try these lovely projects inspired by the Harry Potter Books and films. I had my eye on this magazine for quite a while so when I saw it at a special price I grabbed it and I'm not disappointed. These projects are not for the beginner. Some look quite challenging but worth the effort. Most are classic designs with a touch of whimsy. Harry fans and experienced knitters will love it! Review by Barbara (Posted on 1/6/2016)
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