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Jane Austen Knits 2013

Dive into 31 knitting patterns inspired by Jane Austen and the Regency era in which she lived, discover the history of dorset buttons, and more in the Jane Austen Knits 2013 special issue.

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Jane Austen Knits 2013


From the editors of Spin-Off magazine comes another edition of the popular special issue Jane Austen Knits!


Drawing on a love for literature and the Regency era, this magazine is full of knitwear inspired by the novels of Jane Austen and the Regency era within which she lived. Knitwear designers have created 31 beautiful and functional garments that are wearable today by women, men, and children.

knitting patterns in this inspired special issue magazine will challenge the advanced knitter, engage the intermediate knitter, and invite the beginning knitter.


Fans of Jane Austen will also enjoy an interview with Hunter Hammersen, a look at pincushions and thread-cases from Persuasion, historical information on dorset buttons, and more. Whether you are an avid knitter, a Janeite, a lover of the Regency era, or all of the above, you will find something to fit your fancy in this magazine.

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Order your copy of Jane Austen Knits (or download it today!) and be inspired!

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Inside this issue:

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COUNTRY: Visit the countryside of a Jane Austen novel full of feminine lace details and sturdy menswear. These knits are practical, with added details that true craftsman can appreciate.

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GARDEN: Spend some time in a beautiful garden with these Jane Austen inspired looks. Wrap up in shawls, cardigan, and spencers with unique closers and flattering necklines.

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MANOR: These sensible knits include mittens, a night cap, gloves, a tea cozy, and socks; all for days and nights spend inside a the comfort of a manor.

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TOWN: Ladies of the Regency era would never appear in town without their finest wear. These knits have ornamentation aplenty, with ruffles, ribbons, and knitted lace.   

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Grab your copy today of Jane Austen Knits 2013!

Table of Contents


Customer Reviews

Why PDFs Don't Work on Your iPads Review by Dianne

The reason why you can't view digital PDFs of Interweave magazines on your iPad is because they are set up only for your PC--not any Apple product. I discovered this problem early on, so unless you specifically bought a product FOR your iPad (some items such as SpinKnit and Sockupied, for example are sold either for the MAC/iPad or for the PC)--OR you made the purchase from your iPad itself, it will not work on one. All Interweave publications have a free app, but then you must purchase the magazines individually or by subscription from your iPad. Vogue Knitting Magazine does not have this problem, because you automatically receive a free iPad subscription when you subscribe to the printed magazine. All you have to do is sign in to your account to download them. Interweave makes you buy them twice to get the same thing.

(Posted on 5/4/14)

help with pdfs on Ipad Review by LDH

While I agree with the sentiment that this is not an IOS issue with pdf files, I too have had issues with pdfs from Interweave. Here is the solution given to me by their support team. It works for me on the Ipad mini. Unfortunately my pdfs are no longer all in one place, but I can deal with that.
I hope this helps the rest of you.
First download Adobe reader if you have not done so already.
Next you will need to download Download Lite:
After downloading Download Lite, open the application and go to
1) Click on “My Account” on the top right hand corner
2) Sign in with your email and password
3) Select "My Downloadable Products" on the left hand side, and underneath each download is a hyperlink with the name of the download.
4) Click the hyperlink (blue title) and select "Download" from the menu that appears
5) Once the product has downloaded, go to "Files" at the bottom of the application
6) Click the blue arrow next to the title of the product and select "Open with Adobe Reader."
You now should be able to view your digital product.

(Posted on 1/31/14)

Disappointing Review by Allison

Like other reviewers this product will not open on my iPad. So disappointed. Interweave really need to sort this out.

(Posted on 1/18/14)

Unique patterns, no digital issues Review by Paula

I only get digital issues and have had zero problems downloading to my android tablet or phone and am even able to print my pattern using my eprint app to my wireless printer. Love the history background included and the uniqueness of the patterns, recommend to anyone for print or digital!!

(Posted on 1/14/14)

I have no idea Review by Marion

As all the other reviewers have noted none of my Interweve digital magazines will open on my iPad, either. This may be a wonderful group of patterns but I won't ever know because no matter WHAT I do it crashes before I can look at the cover and contents. This is ridiculous because my Vogue Knitting e-zines open just fine. It is clearly NOT an Apple problem but an Interweave Press problem. I love spending money on nothing, don't you?

(Posted on 1/8/14)

no problems! Review by Anna

Downloaded fine to my tablet (android) and transferred to drop box. Opens fine in adobe and kindle.
I do not tend to actually knit the patterns, but use for inspiration in creating my own! Also fun to read!

(Posted on 12/30/13)

Now I'm just mad Review by Jill

This is my third all attempt to submit a review of this eMag. Call me paranoid, but, the site won't let me register the negative experience I have had with Interweave's digital products crashing my ipad over and over. I'm not going to go through the details for a third time, the bottom line is their eProducts do not appear to be compatible with iPad. Don't waste your money.

(Posted on 12/17/13)

Very disappointed Review by Jill

I am a long time Interweave customer. Like many, I have been transitioning to eBooks and eMagazines. Also like many, most of my Interweave electronic products no longer work on my iPad, in fact crash it time after time. I have tried every which way to access these products. I've tried iCloud and Dropbox transfers, they crash them too. I tried emailing them to myself, they crash the email app. I have spend hours on the internet looking for solutions. I have read many many supposed solutions in discussion groups, including Ravelry. I contacted customer support, who basically said it wasn't their problem. I have tried opening them in several different apps, including Kindle and iBooks. I even bought a new pdf app in hopes it would work and they all are crashed by the Interweave eProducts.

The bottom line is if you feel you must have an Interweave product you must either use your PC or get a hard copy. I have thrown a sizable sum of money down the drain by spending it in Interweave's digital products. Learn the lesson from my experience, don't waste your money if you are hoping to use any of these in your iPad.

(Posted on 12/17/13)

Too bad Review by Jill

Like many others, this and several of my Interweave eBook or eMagazine purchases will not open on my iPad. Unfortunately, I have quite a few. I have tried every which way possible, spend hours googling solutions, contacted customer support ( useless, not their problem), looked for an answer in Ravlery discussion groups, tried them is several different apps. THEY DONT WORK. If you really want in Interweave produce, bypass their e products, or get a hard copy.

(Posted on 12/17/13)

wonderful and not so wonderful Review by Michele

unfortunately, repeatedly crashing on my iPad whether attempting to open with kindle, or ibooks. the book and patterns are lovely as I saw the magazine at local bookstore. I'll keep searching for answers online because I'm really not sure it's just an iPad problem.

(Posted on 11/26/13)

Have read questionable reviews Review by Lynn

From other reviews, I believe I will pass on this purchase

(Posted on 11/25/13)

PDF crashes iPad apps Review by Rosanne

This PDF will not open on my iPad -- through any of the four PDF readers that I have on it. I contacted customer help, but they only say that it is Apple's problem. I find that hard to believe given the range of comments on this magazine with this issue...

(Posted on 11/18/13)

Can't even open the table of contents Review by Sheilah

Based on the problems others have had I opted not to purchase. I can't even see the table of contents.

(Posted on 11/2/13)

Great patterns! Review by Linda

As with other viewers, I had difficulty in just doing a download. However, saving the file as a pdf and then opening with Adobe and saving the file in Dropbox and opening the pdf both worked fine. I'm looking forward to a lot of interesting knitting!!!

(Posted on 11/1/13)

Lovely as usual... Review by miss danae

I'm not sure what the issue was for others reviewing this... I just purchased the downloadable version and had no issues with contents, viewing or downloading it. I used Mozilla Firefox v25.0 to view it initially and after downloading to my PC, I used SumatraPDF v1.9. I have yet to try it out on my Kindle Fire, or Galaxy SII, but I see no reason why there would be an issue there either. Perhaps it was fixed.

As for the projects, I can't wait to start working on "A Vest for Charles"; certainly one of the more handsome vests I've ever seen. Also, the "Love and Loyalty Pin Ball" is going to be my Christmas present project this year^^ It can easily become a Christmas tree ornament, pomander or sachet... and the design can be adjusted easily as well. Lastly, I'm glad for the article on button-making... I've been increasingly interested in this process since hand-made buttons give such a lovely and opulent (even if homely) feel to anything they're used on.

Thanks again!

(Posted on 10/31/13)

problem Review by Gloria

Tried to do this before, didn't work, tried to read table of contents and it didn't work, now I see others have problems downloading, think I will just skip the whole thing. A shame because I would love to make the tea cozy, will look elsewhere

(Posted on 10/30/13)

more of the same Review by Northof60

While the articles are interesting, I must say that there are not as many patterns in this issue that i would want to knit. i was excited about the Damask mittens, until i saw that this project is designed to fit a child! Who is going to knit these for a child, i ask you??

I am tired of buying Interweave specialty magazines that often have only one size for a design. at least the sock patterns here have multiple sizes.

(Posted on 10/29/13)

Major problems opening document and no help from customerservice Review by Gunn

Actually I didn't even get a reply from them! Not good enough!! I have bought several files lately that I cannot open, and have wasted a lot of money on it.

(Posted on 10/23/13)

disappointed Review by knitter from Indiana

This e-magazine is a pain to download. It crashed my iPad's Nook app, Kindle app, and Dropbox app. It wouldn't open correctly on my laptop either. Part of the cover wouldn't load, etc.

I had to go to the library to open it using their Adobe Acrobat, then email it to my Kindle using the personal document settings email address.

Looking it over, the patterns are not as inspiring as in previous issues, either. The articles seem interesting though.

Disappointing all around.

(Posted on 10/23/13)