The Winter 2020 collection is guest-edited by Stephen West and Aimée Gille. Together, they have brought their passion for color, texture, and bold design to the pages of Issue 35. The 10 knit and crochet designs combine colors in different ways, from mohair marling to graphic double knitting, and simple color pop stripes. Celebrate vivid hues and bright motifs to bring a spark of joy to the winter months!
*Currently out of stock but will be back in stock soon.
Making No. 10/ INTRICATE has 11 knitting patterns, 1 crochet, and 9 sewing and other crafts patterns.
This issue was photographed on a farm in Camden, Maine, on the traditional homelands of the people of the Penobscot Nation. Penobscot is the name Penawapskewi which means “the people of where the white rocks extend out”, referring to parts of the Penobscot River. The Penobscot Nation is part of the Wabanaki Confederacy, and have historically spoken the Algonquian language – Algonquian meaning “people from the east.” The Penobscot Indian Island Reservation is located along the Penobscot River, a place of fishing, hunting, farming, and gathering. From the publishers: "We encourage you to learn more about the Penobscot River Restoration Project."
Add personality, sentiment, and coziness to your kitchen with Easy Knit Dishcloths. Don't underestimate the effect knitting your own dishcloths can have on a space!
Easy Knit Dishcloths offers 13 designs that are a great way to practice knitting, try a new yarn, or use some of your stash, and create a beautiful supply of colorful, environmentally friendly, reusable cloths for cleaning, display, and gifting. Even if you've never knit before, our beginning projects are the perfect introduction to this craft.
To help beginners get started and to refresh more experienced knitters, the “Knitting School” teaches the featured stitches step-by-step. With designs ranging from very simple to more challenging, knitters at all skill levels will find designs they’ll love to make.