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Tuesday, August 04, 2009

"Knits" Fall 2009 Is Here!

Fall in love with knitting: explore sumptuous textures, new-wave colorwork, and the best simple knitting with 22 projects that make the most of natural fibers and wear-all-year shapes. Incorporate lace into fall knitting, and wrap yourself in classic, unfussy knits. PLUS: Knit with Mary Jane Mucklestone and learn where your yarn comes from.


Artist Spotlight: Susan Freda
The Regenerative Power of Knitting
Sabrina Gschwandtner

Where It Comes From: Made in the USA
Mills and yarn milling make a return to home turf.
Sharon Riggs

Knitted Artifact: J.M.A. Jones Socks
Stockings for Tinie Jones
Joanne Seiff

Yarn Review: Spinning Local
Yarns—classic to exotic—made in North America
Clara Parkes

The Thinking Knitter: New Year, New Color
A little color theory can go a long way.
Vicki Square

Mary Jane Mucklestone Knits On
Knitting through life’s ups and downs.
Julia Farwell-Clay

Beyond the Basics: Cabling Without a Cable Needle
Forego the extra needle for faster cabling.
Interweave Staff

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