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Jane Austen Knits 2014 October 21, 2014 – Posted in: Magazines, Project Ideas

Now in store! Click here to preview. “Jane Austen Knits 2014, a 144-page special publication from the editors of Spin-Off magazine, explores the fashion and traditions of Jane Austen’s time and novels through 27 inspired knitting patterns. Prepare for a ball or warm up on a cold evening with the beautiful over-the-knee stockings by Lisa Jacobs. Or knit the Strawberry-Picking Shrug, perfect for Emma to wear picking strawberries in the summer sun, yet cozy and…

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Knitscene / Winter 2014 October 3, 2014 – Posted in: Magazines, New in Store

Now in stock! Click here to preview. From the Interweave website: “Knitscene Winter brings you 25 knitting patterns to keep you warm all winter, featuring Scandinavian-inspired knits, marled yarns, and an introduction to mosaic knitting. Featured designer Emma Welford delivers four exclusive patterns while Karen Templer takes us to Tolt Yarn and Wool in Washington. We?ve rounded up some of our favorite gifts to give knitters and brand new winter yarns to keep your hands…

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New magazines! September 24, 2014 – Posted in: Magazines

Knit.Purl – Fall/Winter 2014 Click here to preview projects on Ravelry. From the Interweave website: “knit.wear takes a big step forward with the name change to knit.purl and a new cover design. The mission and vision for this special issue remains the same, however-a focus on simpler, stylish, contemporary knit designs with fresh studio photography and interesting articles. In this issue, we explore striking knit-purl combinations, big gauges, bold colorwork, tailored sweaters, cool accessories, and…

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Interweave Knits Gifts 2014 now in! August 23, 2014 – Posted in: Magazines

“With a new name and a new logo design, the 2014 holiday issue offers the usual collection of delightful quick knits and artful accessories. His and hers hat variations, a children?s tea party, holiday decor, and loads of accessories?shawls, socks, hats, mitts, cowls, and more, fill out the patterns, while technique articles focus on unusual colorwork methods.” Click here to preview! – Melissa  

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