Knit Now Magazine, Issue 13
Knit Now Magazine, Issue 13. This is a special double issue – instead of a small supplement you get a whole extra magazine as well as a cute needle gauge to match the notions tin you’ve already had. As a one-off, the price will be £5.99 in the shop
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Knit Now Magazine, Issue 13.
Knit Now magazine is packed with stylish designs for the modern knitter. It covers a wide variety of techniques with clear step-by-step instructions and expert hints and tips. What’s more, each issue features interviews with hot, new and established designers, tried and tested yarns, online and high street inspirations as well as all the very latest news, views and things to buy.
Every month it brings you:
• 100 pages of inspirational ideas
• Step-by-step, illustrated guides — master all the techniques!
• Hot product news — keep up with the latest knitting trends!
• A fabulous FREE gift worth £5 — boost your stash!
This is a special double issue – instead of a small supplement you get a whole extra magazine as well as a cute needle gauge to match the notions tin you’ve already had. As a one-off, the price will be £5.99 in the shop
Waterfall Shrug – made with Schoeller Limone, get the pattern in this issue.
Alyona Shawl / Wrap – this would be gorgeous and really affordable made with Merino Lace by Austermann, just £2.99 a ball
Aurai Cuffs – matching cuffs go with the cowl, try the same yarn or go for a contrast colour
Aurai Hat – Lovely hat, really pretty, made to match cowl and cuffs, try Royal or Sock-Ease or I might make this with Merino Lace stranded with Kid Silk
Autumn Argyle Tube Scarf – this would be lovely in Austermann Seta (silk), Dulce Cashmere by Lanas Stop or Austermann Merino Silk
City Lights Cowl – lovely chevron long length cowl, this’d be great in Austermann Royal for a supersoft luxury version
Eye can see you! Hat – dk yarn is great for this, so try one of the Lanas Stop merino’s for those who like pure wool or an acrylic (or blend) for easy washing
Fairy Wings – these are super cute on little girls, or big ones! Uses a self striping dk yarn, try Creative & Filz, Lanas Stop Milano would be a great budget alternative
Go Faster Mitts – how about Seta Silk for a luxury version for evening wear? Or try Schoeller Limone cotton sport, soft and cool for Summer wear, uses sport weight and we have a great selection to choose from
Houndstooth Belt, another classic using sport weight, Schoeller Limone would give a long lasting, hard wearing option and has super bright colours, or try Seta Silk if you want an evening version for with your best little black outfit
Little Hipster Cardigan and Hat – another winner from Joeli Carparco, beautiful, uses Worsted yarn, so you could go for Alpaca Silk, Creative & Filz, Wool-Ease, Cotton-Ease, Vanna’s Choice or Merino Silk would be super soft and machine washable.
Nora Bedsocks – in sport weight for quick knitting, pretty and super cosy for your tootsies. Try Limone, Merino Silk, Baby Soft
Pencil Pals, any double knit or even an aran/worsted (which will make them bigger but you might want that?), anyway, cute pencil cases are always fun for kids
Perfect Plaid Bag – gorgeous and classic design, super bulky yarn for this one, try Wool-Ease Thick n Quick, Hometown USA, Sirdar Bigga
Snake Maker, chunky striped snakes, great for kids rooms, keeping out the cold or just for play! Any chunky, so try Wool-Ease Chunky, Top Merino by Lanas Stop has great colours and washes so well
Trilobite Socks – pretty socks, try Sock-Ease by Lion Brand, Austermann Step Sock yarn, Regia or any good quality washable 4ply yarn