Interweave Press Knitscene - Spring 2014
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Interweave Press Knitscene - Spring 2014

Interweave Press Knitscene - Spring 2014

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  • Just in time to cheer us out of the winter doldrums, the Spring 2014 issue of Knitscene offers 22 gems to knit for the upcoming season. Designer Corrina Ferguson's attention to detail shines through in the delicate lacework in four lovely pieces, including two shawls, a cardigan, and a shrug.

    Get ready to make the colors in your wardrobe pop, by knitting a dynamic backdrop with one of five funky designs using only black, white, and grey, or if working with color is more your style, you'll want to check out Julia Farwell-Clay's article on experimenting with multiple hues. Negative space is explored as an interesting style element in five clever garments, like Megi Burcl's, J. Watson Shawl with shoulder cutouts, or Lisa Jacobs' Boscombe Socks with open ovals. It's easy to deduce their high style and knitting appeal.

    Rounding out the issue are seven stunning projects knit in rich jewel tones featuring thoughtful and elegant design. Brighten up with one of the four gorgeous shells, a cabled tee, a 2-toned raglan pullover, or asymmetrical cardigan. Find your next favorite between these pages and knit yourself into a bright new season.

    Preview all of the designs at the Interweave website.

Just in time to cheer us out of the winter doldrums, the Spring 2014 issue of Knitscene offers 22 gems to knit for the upcoming season. Designer Corrina Ferguson's attention to detail shines through in the delicate lacework in four lovely pieces, including two shawls, a cardigan, and a shrug.

Get ready to make the colors in your wardrobe pop, by knitting a dynamic backdrop with one of five funky designs using only black, white, and grey, or if working with color is more your style, you'll want to check out Julia Farwell-Clay's article on experimenting with multiple hues. Negative space is explored as an interesting style element in five clever garments, like Megi Burcl's, J. Watson Shawl with shoulder cutouts, or Lisa Jacobs' Boscombe Socks with open ovals. It's easy to deduce their high style and knitting appeal.

Rounding out the issue are seven stunning projects knit in rich jewel tones featuring thoughtful and elegant design. Brighten up with one of the four gorgeous shells, a cabled tee, a 2-toned raglan pullover, or asymmetrical cardigan. Find your next favorite between these pages and knit yourself into a bright new season.

Preview all of the designs at the Interweave website.

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