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Interweave Knit&Spin 2011

Spin-Off Magazine presents its very first special issue publication!
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Get the best of two hot craft trends, knitting and spinning!
Spin-Off magazine presents it's very first 148-page special issue, Knit&Spin! Packed with tips, tricks, and projects for knitters and spinners of every level, you'll experience the worlds of knitting and spinning like never before.
Knit&Spin entices the avid knitter with tantalizing projects and techniques to try, and takes the beginning spinner by the hand and leads them to success. Even seasoned spinners will find something new and exciting in this special issue!
This 148-page special issue is jam-packed with:
  • 30 exciting projects for knitters and spinners at every level of mastery, including mitts, hats, socks, scarves, and sweaters.
  • Step-by-step instruction to getting started spinning—on spindles and wheels.
  • Tips and techniques for adventurous knitters and spinners.
  • Resources galore—yarns, fibers, spindles, wheels,  and more.
Gain valuable how-to information and rich inspiration for any project you can imagine!



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SKU: SK1100

Format: Magazine Single Issue

Customer Reviews

Knit and Spin 2011 Review by Laraine Chezick

This magazine has it all - from patterns to techniques - cost a bit more than I would have liked but to be able to sit down and read this was worth it. I do like to have the written word in my hand. I have already ordered the 2012 edition - cant wait to get it either. Laraine in NZ

(Posted on 4/24/12)

perfect gift for new or seasoned spinner Review by Leslie Wind

I bought my first copy and loaned it out. Big mistake. I bought a second copy as I missed having that resource in the house.

(Posted on 4/6/12)

Knit and Spin Magazine Review by Trish Sparling

I almost wish I was a beginning spinner again have this magazine be the information I needed most. I will however read it from cover to cover to see if there is some idea that I missed along the way. For me the knitting patterns were the big draw it seems to have lots of patterns geared toward handspun yarn. Thanks Interweave

(Posted on 5/9/11)