The best knitting patterns are the ones that catch you off guard. There is nothing we love more than being surprised by a design element or technique that teaches or shows something unexpected. Even simple designs can feature elements that make you look a little closer, and that’s what this Winter 2018 issue of knitscene is all about. This collection contains 20 gorgeous knitting projects that will make you do a double take.
Be surprised by unique design elements in the 'Curiosities' collection. Knit 5 quick, bulky-gauged projects in our 'Chunky' story. In the 'Neck & Shoulders' collection you can knit cold weather sweaters that highlight those parts of the body. Plus, learn how to make different types of arm-holes work for your body in this issues technical article by Lisa Shroyer.
The following projects are included. Please click on any link below to view pattern kits from the magazine.
- Benson Top by Joanna Johnson
- Black Forest Hat & Cowl Set by Mone Drager
- Bricktown Hat by Andrea Cull
- Celadon Raglan by Allison Jane
- Empire Bluff Cowl by Bonnie Nurnberger
- Great Falls Sweater by Anne Jones (follow our progress on Instagram in Baby Alpaca yarn here)
- Lake Geneva Sweater by Kephren Pritchett
- Longwood Scarf by Anne Jones
- Meadowlark Garden Sweater by Donna Estin
- Millcroft Shawl by Kim McBrien Evans
- Morehead Pullover by Moon Eldridge
- Ouray Pullover by Joanna Johnson
- Pocono Cocoon by Heather Zoppetti
- Seabrook Sweater by Kirsten Singer-Joel
Shimla Sweater by Lana Jois
- Suncadia Sweater by Catrina Frost
- Willow Winds Hat by Amy Gunderson
- Wiltshire Vest & Wiltshire Headband by Kari-Helene Rane
Photos by Nathan Raga, Harper Point Photography, Knitscene