Creative Knitting, Winter 2013: Taste of Tangerine
Creative Knitting, Winter 2013

Creative Knitting, Winter 2013

The striking design, featured on the Winter 2013 issue of Creative Knitting, was designed by Andi Javori and was made with Alpaca Dance from the Deborah Norville Collection by Premier Yarns. This cowl can be worn two ways– it’s totally reversible, and even has different buttons on the flip-side. Pretty cool stuff.

In this issue, we’re also spicing things up with a short rows tutorial from expert designer and teacher Lily Chin. In her tutorial, Shaping Up With Short Rows, Lily shows you the basic concept of the short row “wedge.” Later this month, Lily’s Short Row Workshop will be available on AnniesOnlineClasses.com.

If knitting in circles is your cup of tea, then you’re in for a treat! Nicky Epstein designed a pullover exclusively for Creative Knitting magazine, made by joining a series of  her “Corona” cabled-circles, from her book Knitting in Circles, available soon on Annie’s Catalog.

To get a glimpse of all 37 heavenly designs, check out more here.

Also, don’t miss our featured Knitalong for the Multidirectional Curved Scarf, also in this issue, and available for free for a limited time only. Get your free pattern here. Then, hop on the Ravelry Creative Knitting Fans page to meet our fans and let them know what you’re up to. See you there!

Multidirectional Curved Scarf, designed by  Iris Schreier courtesy of TSC Artyarns

Multidirectional Curved Scarf, designed by Iris Schreier courtesy of TSC Artyarns

 

 

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