Knitscene Spring 2017 has arrived!

Knitscene Spring 2017 has arrived!

January 02, 2017

Yarn Loop is excited to announce that Knitscene Spring 2017 has arrived!  This exciting volume includes:


  • 8 Knits for the Working Woman including the Geographer's Sweater by Quenna Lee (third image below), Drafter's Cardigan by Bonnie Sennott (second image below), designs by Amy Gunderson as well as Teresa Gregorio ranging from vests, sweaters & cardigans


  • 7 Spring projects inspired by the Wild West by Sarah Gomez, Sara Kucharik, Laura Reinbach & Joan Forgione as well as others.


Kits are being added daily for the patterns from this magazine. Click any link above for kits already on the website.  If you want a particular kit, tell us and we will put it at the top of the list!

A Special Surprise: Yarn Loop is especially excited to see this magazine hit the stands because we have a shout out in the WIP's section of the Editor's Notes on page 4 for Rachel's Maya Hat in Nordlys color #930 Lime Navy Lemon (see our homepage at for the finished project!)

Rachel choose the lime colorway to make a hat for her nephew who is 4 years old and lives in Switzerland.  She modified the pattern slightly to fit his smaller head and left off 1 round of the dots pattern on the mitts to fit the length of his hand.

It is extremely exciting to see our little shop in the magazine after 6 months of opening our doors!   

Due to the overwhelming response for ChiaoGoo needles, we will be bringing in even more for this New Year.  Keep your eyes open because a flash sale can happen once we are re-stocked!

Don't forget: Woolstok will be 24% off until we receive our next shipment of 21 Color Slouch Hats in mid-January.  Take advantage of this amazing value as our way of thanking you for your patience.

Keep checking back regularly to see our new offerings!  Our homepage is updated regularly with new and highly sought-after items.

Thank you for making 2016 a great year for us.  We hope that we can continue to serve you throughout 2017 by offering Pattern Kits, Magazines, Books, Yarn, Notions and Pre-Orders.  We love your input, so please feel free to post on our blog with suggestions or your wish list.

Happy New Year!  May this new year bring lots of yarnie projects to each of you!

Images courtesy of Knitscene Magazine/Harper Point Photography

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