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Interweave Knits Accessories 2009

A NEW Special Issue from the Editors of Interweave Knits Magazine comes Interweave Knits Accessories.
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Interweave Knits Accessories is a special issue with up to 60+ projects. Filled with accessories galore to warm your extremities--hats, scarves and wraps, socks, mitts and gloves, this is a compilation of our favorite knitting accessories. These favorite projects are both seasonal and year-round, timeless in design, and wearable for young and old alike. And there's more: From simple how-to get started techniques through quick finishing tips, this issue will be a handy reference for great accessories now and for many years to come.

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SKU: KP0900

Format: Magazine Single Issue

Customer Reviews

Great Sock Tutorial Review by Kristi Anderson

My local yarn store owner recommended this issue when I was having trouble finding a simple sock tutorial that had good pictures. The sock tutorial shows step by step pictures for turning the heel and completing a sock which as a beginner sock knitter was extremely helpful. There are also some cute sock patterns to try after you get the hang of the basics. It also has some great basic patterns for hats, scarves and other accessories, it's definitely a great resource.

(Posted on 1/4/11)

New to IK Review by Laura Baines

Being new to Interweave Knits I found this to be a great collection of patterns, easy to understand and clearly presented, complete with useful technique tips.

(Posted on 12/7/09)

not happy Review by susan cannizzaro

Very unhappy. These patterns I already have from previous magazines. Lots of money for nothing.

(Posted on 12/2/09)

New IK Accessories. Review by Pam Scriber

I got a copy of this yesterday and was not impressed. Lots of the patterns are the same stitch (little arrowhead) and they are reruns of others already published (example the mittens for the entire family chart_/ For the price, considering it was so much of what has already been printed, it was not worth it. IK seems to be following a trend where taking things from old issues, making into a new one and then charging high prices is becoming the norm.

(Posted on 11/23/09)