Designer Q&A: Sara Kucharik

Sara Kucharik has been designing garments and accessories for over fifteen years, but only recently has she tried her hand at publishing. The nature of her design style is relatively classic with a modern twist. Sara’s works are driven by implementing various methods and edges, providing a fresh face to otherwise traditional pieces. Find Sara […]

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POW: Dean’s Cardigan by Amy Gunderson

Amy Gunderson delivers a knockout knit with her Dean’s Cardigan, found in knitscene Spring 2017. This cardigan features bottom-up construction, applied pockets, and (my personal favorite) applied elbow patches. If you like elbow patches as much as I do, consider making more of these quick-knit appliques and adding them to your favorite garments. Amy enhances […]

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Crafting First Impressions

My fiber story began in my senior year of college, when I was stressed out over my capstone project to complete my bachelor degree in biological anthropology. To help me de-stress, my mother taught me the basics of crochet. Crafting sparked something new and creative inside me, and I was eager to learn more. In […]

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knitscene Spring Kicks Off 2017

Shortly after I came on as editor of knitscene magazine this past April, I received an email about a potential feature for the Interweave knitting team. An article submission had come in from a knitwear designer who lives in Hollywood named Krista Ann of the knitwear design company KnitsyKnits. Krista explained that she works on […]

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Hannah’s Top 10 Patterns of 2016

Another year is on the brink of becoming a memory, and the natural reflection of the year passed is nigh. I took a look back at the Interweave Knitting team issues of the year—all Interweave Knits, knitscene, and Love of Knitting publications—to pick my favorites from 2016. So, not in order of preference but rather […]

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The Best of knitscene 2016

There are always different reasons to truly enjoy issues of knitscene: the stunning projects, the technical articles, the fun interviews, and the photography. That’s why it’s so hard to decide which was my favorite from this year! But, since I have to decide, I choose knitscene Winter 2016. The issue is full of projects that are […]

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