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A hand-dyed skein of yarn is not just one color but an entire color story. Laura Bryant shows how to make the color repeat pattern or not in 40 knit and crochet designs for a wide variety of garments and accessories.
A collection of 30 favorite patterns and techniques from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine.
A collection of 28 favorite patterns from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine.
A collection of 25 favorite projects and techniques from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine.
A collection of 34 favorite patterns for pillows, bolsters, afghans, and throws from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine.
A collection of favorite patterns, techniques, and articles from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine.
This collection of over 40 patterns celebrates the tradition of the Icelandic yoked sweater.
More than 30 projects, ranging from elegant to whimsical, bring Betsy Hershberg’s design process to life with simple approaches, focused insights, creative coaching, and “What if…?” options for beaded jewelry and accessories.
Jean Frost shows how to adjust one master pattern for narrow shoulders, short or long arms or waist, a large bust, and other common fit issues to create 12 jackets. When your master fits, they will all fit.
The definitive guide from a biased knitter: whether you are new to entrelac, have dabbled some, or love it already and just want more interesting designs, Gwen Bortner’s book is for you.
A Gathering of Lace samples the best in traditional and contemporary lace knitting— sweaters, vests, shawls, gloves, and socks—some are simple enough for the new knitter while others will stimulate seasoned lacers.
The first of the sampler afghans from Knitter’s Magazine: 25 squares designed by 25 knitters.
Completing our popular afghan series, The Great American Aran Afghan features 24 winning squares by 24 knitters.
The Great American Kids Afghan features 12 winning squares by 12 designers.
The Great North American Afghan, the second in our series of sampler afghans, first appeared in Knitter’s Magazine issues 50–55.
Jean Frost’s expertise with tailored knits, especially jackets, is well known. Basic stitches, quality yarns, and easy-to-do details add up to the style that distinguishes these 21 classic, designer-inspired jackets.
From Simple combinations of knit and purl to more complex cables and lacy arans, texture forms the areas of interest and carves the flattering lines.
This colorful array of fun-to-wear garments and fanciful toys are winners from the Knitter’s Magazine “Knitting is for Kids Too” contest.
Myra Wood introduces the pure fun of knitting with strips and modules, creative short rows, crazy-quilt pieces, and freeform shapes.
Candace shows you how easy it is to knit YOUR skirt and gives a closet-full of choices with over 25 knit skirt fun-to-knit and flattering-to-wear patterns.
In Knit One Below, Elise Duvekot introduces a new and exciting way for knitters to combine colors, weights, fibers, and types of yarn into versatile fabrics.
This popular collection of 12 lace angels first appeared in Knitter’s Magazine.
Actually 2 dozen favorite patterns from the Knitter’s Magazine archives.
The best ideas and patterns for making totes and handbags from the archives of Knitter’s Magazine are included in this project book for knitters of all skills.