Two new magazines have made themselves at home on the teacart: Vogue Knitting and Creative Knitting.
Vogue is full of garments, from sweaters and dresses to cowls and other accessories. There’s a collection of cropped sweaters, a group of intarsia sweaters, and plenty of other patterns to keep your needles busy in the coming months.
Creative Knitting is focused on circular and seamless knitting this issue, and is peppered with tutorials as well as projects that suit the subject.
Come by the shop for knitting inspiration, and to peruse these latest publications. See you there!
Two new magazines have arrived in the last week or so: Creative Knitting and KnitScene Accessories.
I was particularly impressed with this issue of KnitScene Accessories, which is full of patterns for hats, scarves, shawls, cowls, fingerless mitts, and the like.
KnitScene always offers tutorials on unfamiliar techniques along with their patterns, and this issue’s highlighted techniques are knitweaving and latvian braids, two intriguing colorwork techniques.
We have only a few copies left of KnitScene Accessories, so hurry in if you’d like to make one yours. See you at the shop!
Another Spring magazine has arrived: hello, Creative Knitting.
Look inside for lace-patterned garments and knits for the home. Perhaps you’ll find your next project in these pages. You’ll find this issue of Creative Knitting on the teacart among the very latest in books and magazines.
Another wintry magazine has joined the latest publications on the teacart: Creative Knitting.
This issue offers some holiday-minded knitting, in the form of stockings, ornaments, hats, mitts, and other gifts that are quick to knit.
There are also a handful of cabled patterns, and advice on cabling for those new to the technique.
Find it on the teacart. See you at the shop!
Two more Fall magazines arrived this week: Creative Knitting and Knit Simple.
Each one boasts a collection of cowls, and the one that caught my eye was in Creative Knitting, made from Cascade Rustic in a rich red. Rustic, if you’ll recall, is specially discounted this month. A cowl is a great project for this yarn, and it’s also-discounted cousin, Lana Bambu.
Knit Simple had its share of cowl patterns as well, but these two bulky sweaters stood out to me instead. Made in Plymouth Baby Alpaca Grande and Lamb’s Pride Bulky, respectively, these two sweaters would knit up quickly. Quick knits can be so encouraging.
Come by the shop to flip through the latest magazines and plan your next project!
The July 2012 issue of Creative Knitting is here.
This issue is full of cardigans, shawls, vests, and lightweight tops, with a bag, a necklace, and a pillow thrown in for good measure.
Come by the shop to take a closer look at Creative Knitting and a whole stack of other spring and summer magazines.
Another new Spring magazine!
Creative Knitting is here again. Look inside the May 2012 issue for shawls, sweaters, dishcloths, and more, some of which are made up in familiar yarns.
Find it on the teacart.
Here is the March 2012 issue of Creative Knitting Magazine, having arrived about six weeks before said month will grace us with its presence. The garments inside this issue are for transitional weather: shawls and tunics, lightweight knits for layering. Myself, I’m not quite ready for the spring magazines. I haven’t yet gotten my fill of winter knitting. Those of you who are ready to look ahead to warmer weather ought to peer into these pages, however.
Find it on the teacart, surrounded, as can be expected, by the latest knitting and crochet books and magazines.
We recently welcomed another winter knitting magazine to our growing collection.
Find the January issue of Creative Knitting on the teacart. Hope you’re all enjoying the holiday weekend, sneaking a few stitches here and there between rounds of leftovers. See you at the shop soon!
More Autumn inspiration arrived this week in the form of the September issue of Creative Knitting.
Look for it on the teacart. Keep the faith: sweater weather will come again.