Interweave Knits 2009 Collection CD
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Interweave Knits 2009 Collection CD

Interweave Knits 2009 Collection CD

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  • Enjoy all four issues of Interweave Knits exactly as they were printed in 2009: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter editions. Plus, you’ll receive a free digital edition of the 2009 special issue Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts 2009!

    The full-color electronic versions of these magazines include easy-to-navigate table of contents, easy-to-print patterns, informative articles, designer profiles, and all the tips and techniques that Interweave Knits is known for. The 2009 season showcases over 100 patterns for pullovers, cardigans, home decor, accessories, and more. Learn how to make colorwork easy, add textural stitches to your knitting, knit jogless stripes, venture into organic yarns, learn reversible cables, and much, much more.

    See below for a sample of designs included in this collection, and preview the Table of Contents at the Interweave website!

  • The inspired and textural Clasica Coat, designed by Deborah Newton, features a deep hood, as well as a crinkly textural stitch on the hood, fronts, and sleeves. This coat is worked with flattering and bulk-minimizing raglan shaping. In finished bust sizes 38, 42, 46, 50, 54" (finished length at center back 27.75, 29.25, 30.75, 32, 33.5"), it uses 12, 14, 15, 16, 18 skeins of Manos del Uruguay Wool Clasica (100% handcrafted kettle dyed pure wool - chunky weight - 14-18 st/4" - 138 yards per 100g skein), or use 1656, 1932, 2070, 2208, 2484 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • The inspired and textural Clasica Coat, designed by Deborah Newton and knit in elann.com Peruvian Highland Chunky by Andrea Varju, features a deep hood, as well as a crinkly textural stitch on the hood, fronts, and sleeves. This coat is worked with flattering and bulk-minimizing raglan shaping. In finished bust sizes 38, 42, 46, 50, 54" (finished length at center back 27.75, 29.25, 30.75, 32, 33.5"), it uses 1656, 1932, 2070, 2208, 2484 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight - just 22, 26, 28, 30, 33 balls of elann.com Peruvian Highland Chunky. This design is also available for individual purchase from as a .pdf pattern download from the Interweave Knits Website.
  • Designed by Susan Pierce Lawrence, the Fountain Pen Shawl is a light and lacy shawl knit from the neck down to the bottom edge in a pattern resembling fountain pen nibs, and the overall size can be simply adjusted by working more or fewer repeats of the body chart before beginning the border chart. With a finished size of 78" across the top and 39" at the longest point, it uses 1 skein of Lornas Laces Helens Lace (50% silk/ 50% wool - lace weight - 33-40 st/4" - 1250 yards per 113g skein) or 1250 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Designed by Susan Pierce Lawrence and knit in elann.com Peruvian Baby Lace Merino by Megan Dodson, the Fountain Pen Shawl is a light and lacy shawl knit from the neck down to the bottom edge in a pattern resembling fountain pen nibs. With a finished size of 78" across the top and 39" at the longest point, it requires 1250 yards of lace weight (33-40 st/4") yarn - works out to 3 balls of elann.com Peruvian Baby Lace Merino. Megan knit our sample following the pattern as written and found she used less than 2 balls of elann.com Peruvian Baby Lace Merino. It is easy to adjust the overall size by working more or fewer repeats of the body chart before beginning the border chart, a larger shawl will require extra yarn.
  • Linda's Wrap Vest, designed by Mari Lynn Patrick, is a beautifully styled vest with floating fronts and a shawl collar. Flattering and shapely on any figure, the asymmetrical design is as eye-catching as it is comfortable. The vest is knit from side to side with the ribbed border forming from the left shoulder. In finished bust sizes 34.5, 36.5, 38.5, 41, 43, 45.5, 47.5 (finished length 22.25, 23.75, 25, 26.25, 27.75, 29, 30.25), it requires 7, 8, 9, 9, 10, 12, 13 balls of Fibra Natura Flax (100% linen - DK weight - 24 st/4" - 137 yards per 50g ball), or 959, 1096, 1233, 1233, 1370, 1644, 1781 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • This Braided Riding Jacket, designed by Coralie Meslin, is a study in textures, with wide cable strands enclosing individual or diamonds of bobbles for a unique finished effect. In finished bust measurements 33.5, 36.5, 39.5, 42.5, 44.5, 47.5" (finished length 24.75, 25.5, 26.25, 27, 27.5, 28"), it uses 19, 21, 23, 24, 26, 28 balls of Tahki Tweedy Alpaca (60% wool/ 30% baby alpaca/ 7% acrylic/ 3% viscose rayon - chunky weight - 15 st/4" - 81 yards per 50g ball) or 1539, 1701, 1863, 1944, 2106, 2268 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Designed by Rosemary (Romi) Hill, Lacy Ribbons features a delicate lace pattern and solid stripes added around the bodice for added dimension. The round yoke construction and laceweight yarn combine for a delicate garment that skims the figure. In finished bust measurements 32.5, 36.5, 40.5, 45.75, 49.75" (finished length 25.75, 26.25, 27.25, 28.5, 29.75"), it uses 4, 4, 4, 5, 5 balls of ShibuiKnits Silk Cloud ( 60% mohair/ 40% silk - lace weight - 33 st/4" - 330 yards per 25g ball), works out to 1320, 1320, 1320, 1650, 1650 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Nora's Sweater, designed by Pamela Powers, uses a Japanese cable and lace pattern around the collar, and features short row shaping and slip stitch pleats on the back for a flattering drape and fit. The horizontal yoke pieces grow out of the sleeves and feature an overall cabled pattern. In finished bust measurements 38.5, 42.5, 46.5, 50.5, 54.5" (finished length 29, 29.5, 30, 30.5, 31") it uses 15, 16, 18, 19, 20 balls of Misti Alpaca Worsted (100% alpaca - worsted weight - 20 st/4" - 109 yards per 50g ball), or 1635, 1744, 1962, 2071, 2180 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Shredder, a pullover designed by Jennifer Hagan, is knit from the top down and leaves you with no seams to sew. An asymmetrical cable worked along the raglan sleeves makes this innovative pullover completely reversible, wear whichever side you prefer on the outside, or have two favorites in one. In finished chest measurements 41.25, 45.25, 47.25, 51, 55" (finished length 26.5, 28, 28.5, 29.5, 31"), it uses 12, 14, 15, 16, 18 balls of our elann.com Peruvian Highland Chunky (100% wool - chunky weight - 16 st/4" - 77 yards per 50g ball).


Enjoy all four issues of Interweave Knits exactly as they were printed in 2009: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter editions. Plus, you’ll receive a free digital edition of the 2009 special issue Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts 2009!

The full-color electronic versions of these magazines include easy-to-navigate table of contents, easy-to-print patterns, informative articles, designer profiles, and all the tips and techniques that Interweave Knits is known for. The 2009 season showcases over 100 patterns for pullovers, cardigans, home decor, accessories, and more. Learn how to make colorwork easy, add textural stitches to your knitting, knit jogless stripes, venture into organic yarns, learn reversible cables, and much, much more.

See below for a sample of designs included in this collection, and preview the Table of Contents at the Interweave website!


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