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 -
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.
Nordic * Knit *
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.
Summer 2018 includes:
10 knitting patterns from a talented group of
designers including Sachiko Burgin Bérangere Cailiau, Thea Colman, Sus Gepard, Marie Greene, Jonna Hietala, Clare Mountain, Susanne Sommer, Lene Tosti and
It also has a portrait with Ysolda Teague, an interview with Rosa Pomar, 'my story' by Nathan Critchlow of Twisted Finch and much more.
Marlisle: A New Direction in Knitting is a beautiful, 160 page, full-colour, litho-printed book packed with photographs, schematics, knowledge, anecdotes and opinion to get you started on your Marlisle adventure. Whether you are accomplished or just starting to gain confidence, this book embraces the joy that, in knitting, there is always something new to learn and try – and it can be surprisingly simple! Marlisle lets you reevaluate rules, your yarn and what you thought were the limits of knitting.
Anna Maltz has designed 11 contemporary and wearable circular knits to introduce this technique to adventurous knitters of all levels. Spanning fingerless mitts, mittens, cowls, hats, a scarf, shawl, cardigan and sweaters, these cosy projects deftly show how Marlisle can be used to combine different weight yarns, create scattered motifs and mask jogs in unexpected ways. The results are strikingly graphic, textured, inspiring and intriguing.
Issue 25 previews are now live on Ravelry! This issue, everything is stripes! We’ve got you covered with no fewer than eight tops to take you from sunny days to summer nights, two elegant shawls to waft around when days turn breezy, and the most pretty and practical knot bag to take your WIPs safely to the beach and back.
Our resident columnist Anna Maltz explores the history and international use of this classic pattern, while Chris Watson-O’Neill reflects on how knitting became a method of recovery. We’ve also teamed up with The London Loom, who have used the magic of weaving to design a stripey patch to mend those clothes that need a little TLC. Finally, grab a long tall glass of your favourite something and pop in a stripey ice cube or two, thanks to our how to by Rebecca Lawrence – who knew something so cool could be so easy to make?
Printed in the UK on lovely heavy paper
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.