Published by Interweave Press
This issue features 25 knitting patterns with inspiring and informative companion stories that frame the projects in cultural and historical context.
Patterns include a vintage pucker-stitch knitted sweater, Orenburg lace scarves, gorgeous gloves and mittens, a miniature silk bag based on one from the 14th century, a sweet sweater and mitts for baby, and more!
There is so much to explore with Knitting Traditions, Spring 2013. Inside you’ll find:
Inspiring and informative companion stories that frame the projects with cultural and historical context, taking you to the heart of knitting.
Focuses on techniques ranging from Russian knitting needles and how to create your own set with instructions for personalization, the challenging Honeycomb lace motif with Galina's knitted scarf pattern and learn about the history of Waldorf schools and their practice of teaching children to knit in the first grade to improve hand-eye coordination, concentration, and creativity in students
And so much more.
Knitting Traditions brings the extraordinary history of knitting to life!
Binding: Magazine • Size: 8 1/2 x 11 • Pages: 144 • Photographs • Charts • Illustrations