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Interweave Knits, Fall 2009: Digital Edition

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From cover to cover, Interweave Knits magazine gives you great projects for the beginner to the advanced knitter. Every issue is packed full of captivating smart designs, step-by-step instructions, easy-to-understand illustrations, plus well-written, lively articles sure to inspire.

The popular Fall 2009 issue of Interweave Knits sold out on newsstands, but you can still download the entire issue exactly as it was printed. This easy-to-download pdf has an interactive table of contents and the patterns are easy-to-print. Just save the pdf to your computer so you can revisit the Fall 2009 issue of Interweave Knits whenever you'd like.
 
Inside Interweave Knits Fall 2009:
Large-scale textures make knitting simple but have a big impact; try colorwork with a twist; and explore reversible cables that look great on both sides.

Easy shapes, warm outerwear, tailored sweaters, accessories, abundant lace and more -- fall back in love with your knitting!



Rosamund's Cardigan Every Way Wrap Nordique Swing Freyja Sweater
Table of Contents
Articles
  • Artist Spotlight: Susan Freda (Sabrina Gschwandtner) The Regenerative Power of Knitting
  • Where It Comes From: Made in the USA (Sharon Riggs) Mills and yarn milling make a return to home turf.
  • Knitted Artifact: J.M.A. Jones Socks (Joanne Seiff) Stockings for Tinie Jones
  • Yarn Review: Spinning Local (Clara Parkes) Yarns—classic to exotic—made in North America
  • Thinking Knitter: New Year, New Color (Vicki Square) A little color theory can go a long way.
  • Mary Jane Mucklestone Knits On (Julia Farwell-Clay) Knitting through life’s ups and downs.
  • Beyond the Basics: Cabling Without a Cable Needle (Interweave Staff) Forego the extra needle for faster cabling.
Projects
  • Just a Little Undershirt (Robin Orm Hansen)
  • Scoop Pullover (Cathy Carron)
  • Maple Street Cardigan (Cecily Glowik MacDonald)
  • Felicity Hat (Katie Himmelberg)
  • Freyja Hat (Courtney Kelley)
  • Freyja Sweater (Courtney Kelley)
  • Bandelier Socks (Lisa Shroyer)
  • Slanting Gretel Tee (Petra Manis)
  • Angelica’s Coat (Melissa Wehrle)
  • Barcelona Jacket (Katya Wilsher)
  • French Braid Pullover (Angela Hahn)
  • Laporte Avenue Tote (Sharon Dreifuss)
  • Clásica Coat (Deborah Newton)
  • Nordique Swing (Véronik Avery)
  • Trellis and Vine Pullover (Carol Feller)
  • Berry and Bramble Cardigan (Mary Gehling)
  • Big Montana Tunic (Cecily Glowik MacDonald)
  • Alpaka Tunic (Deborah Newton)
  • Every Way Wrap (Okmin Park)
  • Farmer’s Market Cardigan (Connie Chang Chinchio)
  • Rivulet Scarf (Rebecca L. Daniels)
  • Rosamund’s Cardigan (Andrea Pomerantz)

SKU: EP1920

Format: Digital Magazine Single Issue

Customer Reviews

Interweave Knits, Fall 2009 Review by Muireasa Harney

Exceptional issue. Rosamund's Cardigan pattern complete, Scoop Pullover on the needles, and yarn purchased for Slanting Gretle Tee, and that is just the start.

(Posted on 10/6/11)

Great Mag Review by Kimberly White

This is really a beautiful magazine!

(Posted on 7/27/11)