Interweave Knits Spring 2009
SPRING FORWARD???open up your windows, take off those heavy coats, and get started on some knits that will wake you up after the long winter. Cool, sheer fabrics; the simplest and cleverest silhouettes; motifs and constructions that burst into bloom; quick accessories with a twist???everything???s fresh and waiting for your needles.
Table of Contents
Artist Spotlight: Michelle Vitale Loughlin (Sabrina Gschwandtner)-Finding new meanings in knitting and crochet.
Make Time for Yarn Every Day: Simple Style (Annie Hartman Bakken)- Simple knitting doesnt need to be boring.
Yarn Review: Tall Cotton (Interweave knits Staff)- Get reacquainted with cotton.
The Thinking Knitter: Start as Many New Projects as You Can (Vicki Square)- Keep knitting fresh through concurrent projects.
Beyond the Basics: Shaping Lace with Short-Rows (Kristin Omdahl)- Short-rows and lace: suprising companions
Silk Cocoon Cardigan (Connie Chang Chinchio)
Millefiori Cardigan (Andrea Pomerantz)
Blooming Cotton Scarf (Eunny Jang)
Posy Slip (Joanne Krantz)
Petal Halter (Olga Buraya-Kefelian)
Fountain Pen Shawl (Susan Pierce Lawrence )
Sweet Tee (Mary Jane Mucklestone)
St. Johns Wort Cardigan (Cathy Carron)
Jeffs Pub Sweater (Hana Jason)
Diminishing Rib Cardigan (Andrea Pomerantz)
Soap Bubble Wrap (Connie Chang Chinchio)
Saoirse Shawl (Saoirse Shawl)
Sweet Lily Shawl (Kristin Omdahl)
Net Duffel Bag (Vivian Høxbro)
Baa Rug (Becca Smith)
Whisper Cardigan (Hannah Fettig)
Sculptured Lace Scarf (Kenny Chua)
Watered Quartz Tee (Teva Durham)
Float Stole (Melinda C. Hunt)
Betties Lace Stockings (Betties Lace Stockings)
Parker Cardigan (Deborah Newton)
Zickzack Tunic (Melissa Wehrle)