Interweave Knits - Spring 2010
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Interweave Knits - Spring 2010

Interweave Knits - Spring 2010

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  • 21 fresh and exciting projects, many featuring unique construction methods, are showcased in this issue of Interweave Knits. Beginning with a detailed discussion of lace and lace knitting, with examples and explanations from patterns for a shawl, two short-sleeved pullovers, short- and long-sleeved cardigans, a bag, and a beret. You will also find patterns for a tank top, a hooded vest, an afghan, and a cardigan for men, each featuring cables and texture, as well as a series of designs for women, each featuring a unique construction. A 3/4 sleeve cardigan and bag are worked side-to-side, a lacy mohair vest top-down, a vest bottom-up, and a short sleeve pullover is worked using entrelac in-the-round. Also find designs knit on one piece, including two cardigans, a dress for girls, socks, and an additional tank top. An interview with renowned knitter and designer Nancy Bush details where her inspiration is drawn from, and you will also find articles on cotton yarns, using natural fibres to best advantage, and demystifying Kitchener Stitch (or grafting). All patterns include beautiful photography and any charts needed.

    See corrections and view the Table of Contents at the Interweave Website.

  • Shaped darts at the front and back edges of the Tissue Cardigan, designed by Deborah Newton, compensate for the circular shape of the yoke, creating a true-to-life fit with minimal finishing. The fronts, back, and sleeves are knit separately, and then stitches are picked up all around for the delicate lace yoke. Best suited for intermediate knitters, it is available in finished bust measurements of 34.5, 39, 43, 47, 51"; finished length 22.75, 23.5, 24, 24.25, 24.25"), and uses 5, 6, 6, 7, 7 balls of Misti Alpaca Lace (100% baby alpaca - lace weight - 437 yards per 50g ball) knit to 19 st/4" with 2 strands held together, or 2185, 2622, 2622, 3059, 3059 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Shaped darts at the front and back edges of the Tissue Cardigan, designed by Deborah Newton and knit in elann.com Peruvian Baby Lace Merino by Paloma Parra, compensate for the circular shape of the yoke, creating a true-to-life fit with minimal finishing. The fronts, back, and sleeves are knit separately, and then stitches are picked up all around for the delicate lace yoke. Best suited for intermediate knitters, it is available in finished bust measurements of 34.5, 39, 43, 47, 51"; finished length 22.75, 23.5, 24, 24.25, 24.25"), and uses 2185, 2622, 2622, 3059, 3059 yards of yards of lace weight yarn held knit to 19 st/4" with 2 strands held together - works out to 4, 5, 5, 6, 6 balls of elann.com Peruvian Baby Lace Merino.


21 fresh and exciting projects, many featuring unique construction methods, are showcased in this issue of Interweave Knits. Beginning with a detailed discussion of lace and lace knitting, with examples and explanations from patterns for a shawl, two short-sleeved pullovers, short- and long-sleeved cardigans, a bag, and a beret. You will also find patterns for a tank top, a hooded vest, an afghan, and a cardigan for men, each featuring cables and texture, as well as a series of designs for women, each featuring a unique construction. A 3/4 sleeve cardigan and bag are worked side-to-side, a lacy mohair vest top-down, a vest bottom-up, and a short sleeve pullover is worked using entrelac in-the-round. Also find designs knit on one piece, including two cardigans, a dress for girls, socks, and an additional tank top. An interview with renowned knitter and designer Nancy Bush details where her inspiration is drawn from, and you will also find articles on cotton yarns, using natural fibres to best advantage, and demystifying Kitchener Stitch (or grafting). All patterns include beautiful photography and any charts needed.

See corrections and view the Table of Contents at the Interweave Website.

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