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Knitscene

Winter 2019

In each issue, we feature up-and-coming designers, popular yarns, fun and concise tutorials, and fresh photography that invites the reader into a yarn-filled daydream. The projects are simple but intriguing, stylish but wearable, and designed for knitters of all ages and sizes.

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United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Interweave Press, LLC - Magazine
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editor’s note

DEAR READER, Thank you for picking up this last knitscene issue of 2019. It’s been a whirlwind of an editorial and calendar year. We started off the year with the plan to use 2019 knitscene issues to explore the elements through knitwear—in spring we played with air, in summer with fire, and in fall with water. This Winter issue was slated to be all about earth, but the direction shifted a bit, as did our staff at the time of its initial development. This issue is a blend of ideas from different creative minds all swirled together over the course of ten months. The final product from all these different creative sparks converging is something you’ll be able to use in your everyday life. You’ll be able to choose from two practical…

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knitscene

editorial editor Hannah Baker managing editor Laura Hulslander senior project editor Joni Coniglio assistant editor Julia Pillard tech editors Karen Frisa, Lori Gayle, Robin Melanson copy editor Dale Ulland proofreader Nancy Arndt marketing & advertising advertising sales manager Diane Kocal dkocal@peakmediaproperties.com ad trafficker Lori Hauser senior marketing manager Jessi Rodriguez newsstand sales Scott T. Hill scott.hill@pubworx.com creative services senior designer Bekah Thrasher production designer Mark Dobroth photography projects Nathan Rega, Harper Point Photography departments Matt Graves photostyling Tina Gill hair & makeup Beauty on Location Studio illustrators Joni Coniglio, Ann Swanson business director of content Tiffany Warble group art director Emily Simpson director of media sales Julie Macdonald sr. director of marketing & operations Kim Greenlee Peak Media Properties chief executive officer Gregory J. Osberg SVP, group publisher David Pyle VP, magazines John Phelan VP, product & strategy Josiah Klebaner VP, finance Jordan Bohrer…

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woolly winter wares

1. ZOE’S BOUTIQUE “THE STITCH” LONG NEEDLE CASE This adorable needle case is ready for all of your long knitting needles. Each bag has multiple fabrics from which to choose, including skeins of sheep (pictured), giving each case a distinctive flair. www.zoesbagboutique.com 2. GALLERY IN THE GARDEN KNITTING STITCH NOTEPAD This little notepad is perfect for keeping track of every project’s knitting details. Each notepad comes with three care-instruction tags, perfect for knitted gifts. www.etsy.com/shop/GalleryintheGarden 3. INTERCHANGEABLE CORD ENVELOPES BY HALCYON YARN These enchanting cord envelopes solve a constant knitting project: not finding the correct cord for a project. Tuck each length away in separately labeled envelopes, making them easy to find again. www.halcyonyarn.com 4. EUCALAN WRAPTURE BALM This winter, soothe your dry hands with jasmine-scented Wrapture Balm. Toss this portable tin into your purse for easy travel and use…

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stix yarn

A recent weekend trip to Yellowstone National Park allowed me the chance to visit Stix, a wonderful local yarn shop in Bozeman, Montana. Sitting for a chat with co-owner Tracy St. John, I learned that I’m not the only fiber-seeking vacationer who makes a special trip to the LYS. “We are kind of atypical in the yarn industry because summer is one of our busier times of the year,” Tracy said. “We’re super busy because of our proximity to Yellowstone. I think a lot of people come through here on their way to [Yellowstone], and local yarn is the first thing people want to pick up.” Lucky for me—and all the tourists who visit from around the world—Stix has a section dedicated to their amazing local dyers, spinners, and artists. The store’s shelves…

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anxiety & knitting

It has been my personal experience that the things that change your life the most happen very suddenly and are rarely ever planned. This is not a profound observation, but it certainly applies to how anxiety turned my life a little sideways. I will state up front that I do not struggle with anxiety or depression, but my partner does. Before we were married, he was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder. He was prescribed some medicine, and we thought that was that. I would say we were young and naïve, but we were also complacent in understanding what something such as struggling with anxiety actually meant. Then, when we were two small kids deep in a new home and my husband was enjoying a budding career, the medicine stopped working. I…

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rosslyn cardigan

The swingy Rosslyn Cardigan is worked in pieces from the bottom up in a slip-stitch herringbone pattern. The worsted-weight wool yarn and pockets add to the coziness. Yarn Universal Yarn Deluxe Worsted Finished Size 38½ (46½, 55, 63½, 72)" circumference at underarm. Cardigan shown measures 46½ "; modeled with 13½ " of positive ease. Yarn Universal Yarn Deluxe Worsted (100% wool; 220 yd [201 m]/3½ oz [100 g]): #12267 Dolphin, 6 (7, 8, 9, 11) skeins. Needles Sizes 5 (3.75 mm) and 7 (4.5 mm). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. Notions Stitch holders; tapestry needle. Gauge 19 sts and 32 rows = 4" in Herringbone 4 patt on larger needles. For techniques you don’t know, please visit our online knitting glossary at www.interweave.com/interweave-knitting-glossary. NOTES • This cardigan is worked back and forth from the…

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