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Knitting Traditions - Spring 2016

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$14.99

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Knitting Traditions Spring 2016


Knit your way through history as Knitting Traditions goes "Out and About!"


Wraps, bags, chemisettes, arm warmers, slippers, socks, hats, and a muff with a hidden pocket take you anywhere in style. Read about the men and women strolling around Paris in the nineteenth century, then knit tiny dolls dressed in period clothing. Discover the knitterly side of British novelist Penelope Fitzgerald, a woman who published her first books when she was nearly 60 years old. Follow Cynthia LeCount Samaké to the Andes in the 1970s, when she began her seminal research on Peruvian knitting. Travel back to the Middle Ages, then fast forward to Victorian England as Laura Ricketts translates stained glass rose windows into a beautiful tam. See how Victorian knitters appropriated muffs and lacy head coverings, then make your own.


With six wraps, five bags, and other projects, you'll find anything from lace to cables to colorwork.

Additional Information

Product Type Patterns, Books, and Magazines
Manufacturer Interweave
Country of Manufacture
Gauge Stitches No
Fiber Detail No
Fiber No
Yardage No
Skein Weight No
Weight No
Gauge Needle Size No
Care No
epi No
Needle Size No
Crochet Hook Size No

Knitting Traditions Spring 2016

Knit your way through history as Knitting Traditions goes "Out and About!"

Wraps, bags, chemisettes, arm warmers, slippers, socks, hats, and a muff with a hidden pocket take you anywhere in style. Read about the men and women strolling around Paris in the nineteenth century, then knit tiny dolls dressed in period clothing. Discover the knitterly side of British novelist Penelope Fitzgerald, a woman who published her first books when she was nearly 60 years old. Follow Cynthia LeCount Samaké to the Andes in the 1970s, when she began her seminal research on Peruvian knitting. Travel back to the Middle Ages, then fast forward to Victorian England as Laura Ricketts translates stained glass rose windows into a beautiful tam. See how Victorian knitters appropriated muffs and lacy head coverings, then make your own.

With six wraps, five bags, and other projects, you'll find anything from lace to cables to colorwork.