The Spring 2011 issue of Interweave Crochet magazine is here. It joined the spring issues of Vogue and Interweave Knits on the teacart today. Check there to browse three magazines worth of new spring patterns.
Right as you walk into the shop, you’ll find a small wooden teacart, though you may not recognize it as such. We’ve disguised it by keeping it piled high with the newest additions to the shop: kits, books, magazines, and yarn, along with the ever present swift and ball-winder. If you’re curious about what’s new, the teacart should be your first stop.
A few weeks ago, I took this picture of the teacart after I’d arranged the new books, put the Habu kits in a color order that pleased me, and displayed a new Mirasol yarn, Sawya, in a little basket by the ball-winder. I’d been meaning to post that picture, but then we’d get another box in the mail, and I’d put off the post until I’d taken an updated picture of the teacart, whose contents change every few days.
Without further ado: a photographic history of the teacart in recent weeks.
Books and magazines that have graced these photos:
Modern Top Down Knitting, by Kristina McGowan
Diagonal Knitting, by Katharine Cobey
Knit Kimono Too, by Vicki Square
150 Knit and Crochet Motifs, by Heather Lodinsky
Spinning Around, by Jeannine Bakriges
The Haapsalu Shawl, by Siiri Reimann & Aime Edasi
A Knitting Wrapsody, by Kristin Omdahl
Vintage Modern Knits, by Kate Gagnon Osborn & Courtney Kelley
Around the World in Knitted Socks, by Stephanie van der Linden
Socks From the Toe Up, by Wendy Johnson
Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders, by Judith Durant
Knitting Plus, by Lisa Shroyer
And: did you spot it, there in the last photo? The new Interweave Knits is in, as of this afternoon. Spring 2011, here we come.
Come and get it!