The Editor Wants to Know! What is Your Favorite Project Category in Creative Knitting?

Editor Wants to Know!

I’m always looking for feedback from you in order to bring you the best on this blog and in the magazine. With that being said, I’d like to ask the following question:

What is your favorite project category in Creative Knitting magazine?

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Please leave a comment with your favorite category from the choices below:

  1. Cardigans
  2. Pullovers
  3. Accessories (hats and scarves)
  4. Gift items
  5. Home Decor
  6. Baby/Kids
  7. Knitting for men
  8. Other (state category)

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24 Responses to The Editor Wants to Know! What is Your Favorite Project Category in Creative Knitting?

  1. Melanie A Fiore says:

    Cardigans

  2. ac pool says:

    Accessories– anything with with a clever construction.

  3. Anita Rozendaal says:

    Pullovers (from the top down?)

  4. For me I’d like projects for accessories, gift ideas and home decor…potholders and dishclothes.

  5. Gina says:

    I love the accessories (hats and scarves) and gift items.

  6. Eileen says:

    I’m a slow knitter with not much time to sit so guess accessories is my choice.

  7. Jennifer R. says:

    Definitely Cardigans and Baby Items

  8. Joanne Keith says:

    I like to make gift items best, but do love it all!!!

  9. Sue Rosenbalm says:

    I would love to see more accessories. Original scarf, shawl, sock, etc. patterns are hard to find. Sweaters, dresses, etc. are projects that are easy to find and take months to complete.
    Thanks.

  10. Susan says:

    I’m not really sure.. I have found little bits of favorites in every category. Often, I take a little bit of one pattern and use it in another..

    thanks for asking!!

    lately, I’ve been doing small things.. accessories (mitts, hats).. and gifts.. hearts.. stars..

  11. Juanita Williams says:

    Accessories Cardigan knitting for men and lace knitting

  12. Laurene Nelson says:

    My favorite category is scarves and shawls

  13. Patricia says:

    Oh my! Just one? Cardigan’s, but I also love a good shawl pattern, and socks!

  14. Judy11 says:

    Shawls, & scarves for me plus mittens and cardigans and scarves for grandkids

  15. Pam says:

    Accessories/Gift ideas

  16. Alice says:

    I really like the hats and scarves. The Spring 2014 issue had the cutest baby sweater. I have made 2 so far and will be making more to use as gifts and to donate to charity.

  17. Yvonne Frandsen says:

    I would like to see more knitting for men

  18. Dottie Caldwell says:

    I love them all and especially like those items with new techniques. Right now I am into knitting lace and have been doing those items that lend themselves to being knit on my new LK 150.

  19. Barb H. says:

    Pullovers, definitely.

  20. Naheed Haque says:

    Baby sweaters, blankets and infinity scarves

  21. Ellen says:

    Gift ideas, home decor. I enjoy tutorials, and always want to learn something new. I also like doing charity knitting, and would like to have more information about websites or charities that need knitted items.

  22. Carolyn says:

    Cardigans

  23. Dale Morrissey says:

    Accessories–hats, scarves,socks, bags. shawls and then sweaters and sleeveless tops. Right now I am knitting an infinity scarf/wrap that was inspired by your Anise Wrap in the Summer 2015 issue. I am planning on the Modern Garden Tank from the Summer 2016 issue as my next project. The great variety of easy to challenging projects, knitting techniques and yarn reviews are what makes Creative Knitting so much more appealing than other knitting magazines.

    • Kara says:

      Dale,
      Thanks for sharing this detailed information. It’s good to know that I’m on track and you’re loving the patterns in the magazine. My goal is to offer patterns that are realistic for today’s knitter, practical and fashionable. No boxy sweaters in Creative Knitting! ­čÖé

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