our books & magazines

Interpretations

This series follows the journey of two friends from opposite sides of the world combining their love of their countries (Argentina and Finland) and beautiful knitwear. Volume 1 marked the beginning of an entirely new approach to designing, and their dream project has evolved to include three beautiful volumes, now available in print for the first time!

Each volume includes six themes: six words with two designs inspired by each word, showing a personal take on each of these themes. These lovely books are destined to become collectors items, not to mention beautiful resources of patterns that you're going to want to come back to time and again.

21,50 €

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Laine Magazine

Nordic * Knit * Life

Laine is a brand new bi-annual, high-quality Nordic knit and lifestyle magazine for people who cherish natural fibres, slow living, local craftsmanship, and beautiful, simple things in life. It includes knit patterns by the leading designers, insightful stories from the world of wool, exciting travel articles, seasonal recipes, and strong, visual storytelling. 
Knitting patterns, interviews, stories about wool and the people behind it, a travel guide, delicious recipes and strong visual storytelling. That's Laine magazine. From Finland, written in English.


Autumn/ Winter  2017 includes:
Fiona Alice, Verena Cohrs, Rachel Cooper, Patricia Cox, Whitney Hayward, Clare Mountain, Justine Lorkowska, Sari Nordlund, Joanne Spittler and Jennifer Steingass. 

24,50 €

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Making

Making is a magazine chock-full of not only inspiring knitting patterns, but cross stitch, embroidery, needle felting, sewing, flower arranging, stamping, journaling, cooking, and more! 

"The act of making helps to connect us to the past, knowing that many craft skills were practiced daily out of necessity. We also connect to our present, as we stop to slow down and enjoy the work at hand, leaving behind the stress of our busy days. And, possibly at the heart of our creations, is the future. As the sweater we knit or the blanket we quilt becomes an heirloom for our family to use, enjoy, and pass down to the next generation. Circling back and tying us to the past. All these connections are equally important and help to bring meaning and value to the beauty and utility we make." 
- Carrie Bostick Hoge

23,50 €

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Penguin: a Knit Collection BOOK

Love penguins? Love knitting?

This is the book for you!

There are 11 creative projects to cast on, from hats to cardigans to a cuddly toy. Anna Maltz has come up with playful, clever and contemporary designs, all inspired by penguins: their striking plumage, caring nature and (of course) the way they can withstand the cold.

Any average knitter with an adventurous spirit can give these projects a go. The step-by-step patterns are interspersed with stories, photography and illustrations from Anna’s creative community.

PENGUIN – A Knit Collection is so much more than a practical guide, it’s a pleasure to dive into. Banish boredom, cast on and join a community of knitters who are making the world more interesting with every stitch.

25,50 €

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PomPom Quarterly - Issue 23 Winter 2017

Darker nights mean knitted delights! Taking inspiration from gems, geological forms, and geometric shapes, our Winter Issue is packed full of designs with a strong graphic feel and vivid hues. Intriguing texture and colour comes courtesy of fair isle, two-colour brioche, stripes, and slipped stitches. All set against a series of hand painted backdrops, made for us by abstract artist Kim Whiteside, this issue aims to satisfy your colour cravings, in the form of 5 sweaters, 2 hats, faded socks, and 2 sumptuous shawls to keep you cosy.

Alongside the patterns we have a jewel-toned winter salad to keep things bright, Francesca Baldry reflects on the history of the button, plus our resident columnist Anna Maltz muses on what makes us keep picking up our needles and casting on anew, project after project. Speaking of projects, before you choose which of the multi-hued patterns to cast on, check out Juju Vail’s article discussing ideas and apps to get your colour juices flowing.

Featuring designs by

AMY CHRISTOFFERS // ANDREA MOWRY // PAULA PEREIRA // EMILY GREENE // TATYANA SCOTCE  // MAJA MÖLLER // ASTRID TROLAND // JULIE DUBREUX // LESLEY ANNE ROBINSON // DEBRA GERHARD

 

Printed in the UK on lovely heavy paper

16,50 €

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Rib Magazine

Rib is one of the first modern knitting magazine entirely dedicated to men and to those who knit for them. Through the publication of engaging articles and elegant designs, Rib aims to promote the return of men to knitting, and to create a solid library of men’s knitwear. Alongside a collection of patterns, each issue includes essays, cocktail recipes and tool recommendations.

 

21,50 €

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Bristol Ivy - Knitting Outside the Box

Knitting Outside the Box features 15 garment and accessory patterns using yarns from a variety of yarn producers.

Baa Ram Ewe // Blacker Yarns // The Fibre Co. // Indigodragonfly // Julie Asselin // Madelinetosh // Magpie Fibres // Miss Babs // Mrs. Crosby // Quince & Co. // Shibui Knits // Sincere Sheep // Spincycle // Sweet Fiber Yarns  // The Uncommon Thread // Woolfolk // YOTH
 

Complete with exercises, techniques, stitch dictionary, and beautiful photography. Knitting Outside the Box is part pattern collection, part reference book and destined for your coffee table and book shelf for years to come. 


printed in the UK // 200 pages // hardback
- Includes Ravelry download -

35,00 €

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