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Knitscene Spring 2014

Knitscene spring 2014 features 22 patterns for pullovers, lighter pieces, and accessories. Learn about color theory, the trend of black and white garments, neckline details, and more.
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Explore jewel tones!

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New year, new projects to knit from Knitscene Spring 2014—with 22 projects to excite your knitting senses.
 
This issue of Knitscene magazine combines a perfect blend of pullovers for chilly spring evenings, lighter pieces to layer or wear separately, and must-knit accessories.
 
Knitscene Spring 2014 introduces the basic tenet of color theory—examining contrast between two colors of yarn—and explores the trend of black and white garments.

Knit tailored, feminine pieces in jewel tone yarn with a focus on neckline details this spring. Plus, visit with designer Corrina Ferguson as she delivers sweet treats in her designer collection.
 
Order your copy of Knitscene Spring 2014 today
and knit for warm weather!
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Knit in black and white!

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Order Knitscene Spring 2014 today,

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SKU: KS1403-EP6577-GROUPED

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First impression Review by Debbie
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This is my first issue so this is only my first impression. The pictures are great and the instructions look complete except for the Mallory Hills Shawlette which is the pattern I wanted! This pattern is only graphed and without full instructions for the key. This issue would be great if you are looking for summer sweaters. The magazine would be easier to read and use if the patterns were organized so that each page(s) were a pattern. I would prefer an electronic version so as to easily enlarge and print charts.

(Posted on 2/15/14)