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knit.wear Spring 2014

26 designs span the spring and summer months with style and simplicity in this issue of knit.wear. Find your edge with glam stripes, knitted lace, or pleats.

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Knit garments that span the seasons with this special issue of knit.wear magazine!

knit.wear Spring 2014


This issue features 26 garments that celebrate style and simplicity.

  • Take a new approach to lace with intriguing, contemporary knitted lace stitches
  • Knit playful stripes, bolts, blocks, and chevrons
  • Develop shaping with knitted funnelnecks and pleats
  • Try a new approach to hemlines with ribbing techniques
  • And much more. 


The popular special issue knit.wear Spring 2014 won't last long. Grab your copy today.

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Inside this issue:

flowers on the fire escape   FLOWERS ON THE FIRE ESCAPE:
  A new approach to knitted lace
  • Botanic Pullover by Moon Eldridge
  • Zigzag Mesh Pullover by Carolyn Noyes
  • V-Line Tee by Bonnie Nurnberger
  • Circular Tunic by Mari Chiba
  • Bohemian Tee by Erica Schlueter
  • Cameo Caftan by Wei Wilkins
  • Naiad Tank by Meghan Jones (not shown)
FUNNEL: Knit a new neckline with these knits
  • One-Sided Raglan by Cathy Carron (shown above)
  • XOX Tee by Sara Morris
  • Fitted Turtleneck Tee by Carolyn Noyes
  • Six Point Tee by Cathy Carron
  • Gusset Tunic by Alice Tang
  • Funnel Collar Pullover by Adrienne Larsen
  • Ruched Yoke Sweater by Carol Feller
  • Diamond Funnelneck by Michele Wang (cover sweater)
rock candy

  ROCK CANDY: Take a new approach to


  • Chevron Mesh Scarf by Angela Tong
  • Bold Stripes Wrap by Shannon Lynn Brown
  • Short Rows Vest by Carol Feller
  • Bolt Tee by Laura Bryant
  • Ruched Cowl by Dori Kerhsner
INSIDE THE BOX: Knitted pleats and wraps meet boxy shapes
  • Front Pleat Dolman by Jane Howorth
  • Folded Lace Tank by Bristol Ivy
  • Pleated Elliptical Cardigan by Sara Morris
  • Box Pleat Scoopneck by Jennifer Dassau
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Find these stylish knits that are both easy to knit and easy to wear

with knit.wear Spring 2014. Order your copy today!

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Customer Reviews

don't miss it Review by Susan

This magazine does not fail to impress. The range of garments is bound to appeal to a wide audience. I've already earmarked a few for my queue. I just wish i had enough time to knit them all.

(Posted on 4/27/14)

Pass it by Review by Tinker

I'm a huge fan of Interweave and its publications, but this particular issue of Knit.Wear leaves me speechless.

The best part of this issue is the article on alternative beginnings. The worst part is that, in my opinion, the designs don't embody the magazine's mantra of "simple." The designs certainly aren't something most would wear in everyday life, and they offer few "techniques" that make them stand out as "gotta do"; again, in my opinion.

This is my second review of this issue; Interweave chose to censor (not make public) on my first review and will probably do the same with this one.

(Posted on 4/9/14)

Fantastic Review by Diana

I love Knit.Wear magazine, and also love Inspirations Knit and have a new digital subscription through zinio. Wish I had ordered through your website. To address some of your other iMac reviews, I have a iMac and iPod and have zero trouble with your download; I will continue to shop here 1st! Thank you again for this fantastic magazine and the fantastic patterns so cool and modern & timeless; you will never look "dated" wearing any of these.

(Posted on 3/23/14)