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Interweave Knits

Fall 2018
Magazine

Interweave Knits is a sophisticated look at knitwear that offers the reader success with step-by-step pattern instruction and beautiful photography.

EDITOR’S NOTE

COLLEGIATE CRAFTING

Richer colorwork with HEATHERS

SCHOLARLY TWEEDS • Tweed yarns offer a great way to create a simple yet colorfully classic garment. Tiny flecks of color, called neps, add a touch of interest to any design. Here are four colorful yarns to consider for your next tweedy project.

WOOL on the RESERVATION • HOW THE NAVAJO ARE BRINGING THEIR WOOL TO THE GLOBAL MARKET

RANCH TO RUG

HARVARD SQUARE

WENDELL STREET PULLOVER • The form-fitting and feminine Wendell Street Pullover uses gently woven cables and ribbing for a sophisticated, modern take on the traditional cabled pullover. The design is worked from the top down; the cables flow from the stylish funnel neck into the saddle shoulders and down the sleeves.

OXFORD STREET PULLOVER • The classic tweed, cables, and texture of the Oxford Street Pullover reflect the architecture, atmosphere, and landscape of an Ivy League campus. Worked from the bottom up in pieces, the pullover features a modified drop-shoulder design.

MT. AUBURN CARDIGAN • The Mt. Auburn Cardigan is a standout menswear garment that will be envied by all. The complex tweed, leather buttons, cultured cables, and varied textures blend professorial and hipster style for a fresh take on scholarly tweeds. The body of this cardigan is worked in one piece from the bottom up; the sleeves are worked separately in the round and seamed.

PRESCOTT PULLOVER • The Prescott Pullover emulates intricate iron- and stonework found on historic university buildings. This professional and sleek pullover features soft cabled bell sleeves, and the side ribbing gives it a body-hugging silhouette. The design is worked from the bottom up in pieces, and it’s finished with a cozy turtleneck.

MASSACHUSETTS AVE PULLOVER • The Massachusetts Ave Pullover sports cascading smocked cables that form diamonds filled with garter stitch and texture. Worked from the top down, the pullover features set-in sleeves and a neckline shaped with short-rows.

WIDENER PULLOVER • The Widener Pullover is a handsome and casual shawl-collar pullover that combines classic gansey elements with cables and texture. Pops of contrast color at the collar and cuffs add an unexpected touch to this classic menswear sweater. The design is worked from the bottom up in pieces; needle sizes vary to accommodate gauge variations in the stitch patterns.

QUINCY PULLOVER • The Quincy Pullover is a comfortable tunic-length pullover with an elegant combination of cables and textured stitches that mimics an argyle pattern. This pullover is worked in the round from the bottom up and uses short-rows to lower the back hem.

CAMBRIDGE CARDIGAN • The Cambridge Cardigan is the quintessential collegiate cardigan. Inspired by Scottish tartans, this preppy, oversized cardigan is ready for a chilly library, reading on the quad, or a beer at the local pub. The body of this project is worked in the round and steeked at the center and armholes.

TAKE TWO ANGELINA PULLOVER • TAKE TWO IS THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF A SERIES IN WHICH WE REVISIT A FAVORITE INTERWEAVE DESIGN IN A DIFFERENT YARN.

OSHARA SHAWL

Darning& Repairing Cables • Drat. You go to pull out your favorite handknitted sweater, the cozy cabled piece you love, only to find a pull, snag, or—heavens—a hole! What’s a knitter to do? Repair it! When you spend so much time working on a piece, it only makes sense that you’d want to mend it to extend its life.

CAPE COD

FOLLINS POND PULLOVER • The Follins Pond Pullover is the sweater to reach for the moment a chill enters the air this fall. The inventive cables, casual fit, and soft...


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 116 Publisher: Peak Media Properties, LLC Edition: Fall 2018

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  • Release date: August 9, 2018

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English

Interweave Knits is a sophisticated look at knitwear that offers the reader success with step-by-step pattern instruction and beautiful photography.

EDITOR’S NOTE

COLLEGIATE CRAFTING

Richer colorwork with HEATHERS

SCHOLARLY TWEEDS • Tweed yarns offer a great way to create a simple yet colorfully classic garment. Tiny flecks of color, called neps, add a touch of interest to any design. Here are four colorful yarns to consider for your next tweedy project.

WOOL on the RESERVATION • HOW THE NAVAJO ARE BRINGING THEIR WOOL TO THE GLOBAL MARKET

RANCH TO RUG

HARVARD SQUARE

WENDELL STREET PULLOVER • The form-fitting and feminine Wendell Street Pullover uses gently woven cables and ribbing for a sophisticated, modern take on the traditional cabled pullover. The design is worked from the top down; the cables flow from the stylish funnel neck into the saddle shoulders and down the sleeves.

OXFORD STREET PULLOVER • The classic tweed, cables, and texture of the Oxford Street Pullover reflect the architecture, atmosphere, and landscape of an Ivy League campus. Worked from the bottom up in pieces, the pullover features a modified drop-shoulder design.

MT. AUBURN CARDIGAN • The Mt. Auburn Cardigan is a standout menswear garment that will be envied by all. The complex tweed, leather buttons, cultured cables, and varied textures blend professorial and hipster style for a fresh take on scholarly tweeds. The body of this cardigan is worked in one piece from the bottom up; the sleeves are worked separately in the round and seamed.

PRESCOTT PULLOVER • The Prescott Pullover emulates intricate iron- and stonework found on historic university buildings. This professional and sleek pullover features soft cabled bell sleeves, and the side ribbing gives it a body-hugging silhouette. The design is worked from the bottom up in pieces, and it’s finished with a cozy turtleneck.

MASSACHUSETTS AVE PULLOVER • The Massachusetts Ave Pullover sports cascading smocked cables that form diamonds filled with garter stitch and texture. Worked from the top down, the pullover features set-in sleeves and a neckline shaped with short-rows.

WIDENER PULLOVER • The Widener Pullover is a handsome and casual shawl-collar pullover that combines classic gansey elements with cables and texture. Pops of contrast color at the collar and cuffs add an unexpected touch to this classic menswear sweater. The design is worked from the bottom up in pieces; needle sizes vary to accommodate gauge variations in the stitch patterns.

QUINCY PULLOVER • The Quincy Pullover is a comfortable tunic-length pullover with an elegant combination of cables and textured stitches that mimics an argyle pattern. This pullover is worked in the round from the bottom up and uses short-rows to lower the back hem.

CAMBRIDGE CARDIGAN • The Cambridge Cardigan is the quintessential collegiate cardigan. Inspired by Scottish tartans, this preppy, oversized cardigan is ready for a chilly library, reading on the quad, or a beer at the local pub. The body of this project is worked in the round and steeked at the center and armholes.

TAKE TWO ANGELINA PULLOVER • TAKE TWO IS THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF A SERIES IN WHICH WE REVISIT A FAVORITE INTERWEAVE DESIGN IN A DIFFERENT YARN.

OSHARA SHAWL

Darning& Repairing Cables • Drat. You go to pull out your favorite handknitted sweater, the cozy cabled piece you love, only to find a pull, snag, or—heavens—a hole! What’s a knitter to do? Repair it! When you spend so much time working on a piece, it only makes sense that you’d want to mend it to extend its life.

CAPE COD

FOLLINS POND PULLOVER • The Follins Pond Pullover is the sweater to reach for the moment a chill enters the air this fall. The inventive cables, casual fit, and soft...


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