Knit 16 North Country projects that will get you ready for the winter season! Stay busy with the rustic and unexpected knits for her and him and learn how to keep your cables from bunching and ruffling in this issue!
In Interweave Knits, Winter 2018 the curated designs are inspired by the vast wilderness of the Northern Hemisphere. From the highest peaks of the Rocky Mountains, to the great Siberian wilderness, to the frozen lava fields of Iceland, to the outstretched fingers of Scandinavia, this issue is dedicated to knits for the coldest lands that only the hardiest can endure. This issue includes garments that celebrate the North, and are inspired by the many cultures that have made these places home: Icelandic Lopi sweaters, Pacific Northwest Cowichans, traditional Fair Isle, and cable knits, as well as textured garments and accessories. Enjoy a large number of Fair Isle patterns for men and women, too!
Also includes an Interview with June Hemmons Hiatt, author of the Principles of Knitting.
All of the patterns are listed below. To purchase a Gift Set which includes Interweave Knits Gifts 2018 and the yarn to make the pattern, click any link below. (Coming soon!)
- Anchorage Cardigan by Amy Gunderson
- Clinton Creek Hat & Iditarod Pullover by Irina Anikeeva
- Dawson City Pullover & Rohn Pullover (cover) by Sarah Solomon
- Eagle Island Cardigan by Meghan Babin
- Elim Poncho by Annie Lupton
- Grand Forks Pullover by Cheryl Chow
- Grayling Cardigan by Paula Pereira
- Ibex Valley Mittens & Yukon RIver Stockings by Cheryl Toy
- Klondike Pullover by Mary Anne Benedetto
- Mount Lorne Pullover by Andrea Cull
- Nome Pullover by Moira Engel
- White Horse Pullover by Danielle Chalson
- White Mountain Ruana by Linda Marveng
Photography by Interweave Knits/Harper Point Photography