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Interweave Knits

Summer 2019

From cover to cover, Interweave Knits magazine gives you great projects, from the beginner to the advanced. Every issue is packed full of captivating smart designs, step-by-step instructions, easy-to-understand illustrations, plus well-written, lively articles sure to inspire.

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English
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Interweave Press, LLC - Magazine
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editor’s note

Dear Reader, Ah, summertime knitting. I have such a strange relationship with knitting in the summer—as, I’m sure, many of you do. Some people happily knit through the warm season and don’t let it deter them from being any less prolific than the rest of the year. I, however, always tend to take a break in the summer in favor of reading more books and not melting into a puddle. Photographing garments for our summertime issue presents its own set of problems, as it tends to be scheduled in the winter because of our very early production schedule. So, we don’t often get to photograph the garments in the environments for which they were made. This issue was photographed in a studio in January, several months before landing on newsstands. What we hoped…

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interweave knits

EDITORIAL GROUP EDITORIAL DIRECTOR, YARN & FIBER Anne Merrow EDITOR Hannah Baker MANAGING EDITOR Laura Hulslander PROJECT EDITOR Joni Coniglio TECHNICAL EDITORS Karen Frisa, Lori Gayle, Robin Melanson COPY EDITOR Dale Ulland PROOFREADER Nancy Arndt MARKETING & ADVERTISING ADVERTISING MANAGER Diane Kocal AD TRAFFICKER Lori Hauser SENIOR MARKETING MANAGER Jessi Rodriguez NEWSSTAND SALES Scott T. Hill scott.hill@procirc.com CREATIVE SERVICES GROUP ART DIRECTOR, CRAFT Emily Simpson SENIOR DESIGNER Bekah Thrasher PRODUCTION DESIGNER Mark Dobroth PHOTOGRAPHY Harper Point Photography (unless otherwise noted) PHOTOSTYLING Tina Gill HAIR & MAKEUP Janie Rocek BUSINESS FOUNDER Linda Ligon DIRECTOR OF CONTENT, CRAFT Tiffany Warble DIRECTOR OF MARKETING Kim Greenlee DIRECTOR OF MEDIA SALES Julie Macdonald CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Gregory J. Osberg SVP, GENERAL MANAGER, F+W CRAFTS GROUP David Pyle MANAGING DIRECTOR, F+W INTERNATIONAL James Woollam VP, CONSUMER MARKETING John Phelan VP, DIGITAL Jason Revzon VP, PRODUCT MANAGEMENT Pat Fitzgerald VISIT US ON THE WEB www.interweave.com OUR OTHER FINE FIBER MAGAZINES Interweave Crochet • knitscene • PieceWork • Handwoven •…

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supplies for sitting on the shore

1 These Stitch Markers are made from real beach glass that the artist collects on the shore; different colors are available depending on what bits of glass are found. www.etsy.com/shop/prairiesmokethreads 2 Add a distinctive touch to your next cardigan with these River Rock Buttons. Each one is unique—no two are alike! Choose from several natural stone colors to coordinate with your project. www.etsy.com/shop/stonealone 3 The Don Fisher Moonfish Bag is a charming way to carry your project to the lakefront. It’s waterproof and comes in a variety of colorful sea creatures in several sizes, from a clam that holds your notions to a whale that totes your sweater. www.don-fisher.com 4 Made from 100-percent merino wool, SeeJayneKnit’s Hand Painted Ultra Merino Superwash Sock in Sand and Sea Glass captures the colors of the lakeshore.…

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knit • give • love

Maybe even more than Debbie Bliss’s wearable, smart designs for women, knitters look to her when knitting for babies and children. Debbie’s patterns blend traditional design with contemporary details, and her classic yarns are perfect for a project that will be worn again and again. When she first introduced Baby Cashmerino, Debbie Bliss set the standard for everyday luxury in yarn. Her new 100% cashmere yarn, Luna, pampers knitter and baby—a special gift from the heart. Make something for the young ones in your life. With the chic and timeless designs for children from Debbie Bliss, you’ll give an appreciation for handcrafted gifts, knitted with love.…

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light & lovely linens

1 TRENDSETTER YARNS RECYCLED LINEN HANDPAINT Content: 84% recycled linen, 16% linen | Color: #8 Silver Lake | Put-up: 150 yd (137 m)/1¾ oz (50 g) | Recommended Needle Size: Size 4 (3.5 mm) | Care: Handwash The recycled linen content makes this yarn slightly softer and easier on your hands. The beautiful handpainted colors add a subtle variation to the fabric, making it a great choice for summer tops and tees. www.trendsetteryarns.com 2 SCHOPPEL WOLLE EL LINIO, DISTRIBUTED BY SKACEL Content: 100% linen | Color: #2345 Sand Am Meer | Put-up: 164 yd (150 m)/1¾ oz (50 g) | Recommended Needle Size: Size 0–4 (2–3.5 mm) | Care: Machine wash El Linio is a tape yarn, which means the strand is a knitted tube rather than single plies spun together. This construction creates a…

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kalaloch pullover

The Kalaloch Pullover is the ultimate in relaxing beachwear. Lace patterns knit in a cotton-wool blend make this pullover a breathable, comfortable piece. The body and sleeves are worked in the round from the bottom up to the yoke, then the pieces are joined for working the circular yoke. YARN BC Garn Bio Balance, distributed by Kelbourne Woolens KALALOCH PULLOVER KATE GAGNON OSBORN Difficulty Level Yarn Weight Finished Size 42 (48, 54, 60, 66)" circumference at underarm. Pullover shown measures 48"; modeled with 15" of positive ease. Yarn BC Garn Bio Balance (55% organic wool, 45% organic cotton; 246 yd [225 m]/1. oz [50 g]): #bl05 marsh, 6 (7, 8, 8, 9) skeins. Yarn distributed by Kelbourne Woolens. Needles Sizes 2 (2.75 mm) and 4 (3.5 mm): 40" circular (cir) and set of double-pointed (dpn). Size 4 (3.5…

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