SHADE, ALREADY MADE
Hand-dyed yarns are to knitters what foliage is to day-trippers. Knit up what all the fuss is about.
THE TWEEN SCENE
Here's a cheery wardrobe tweens will love playing dress-up in.
A WALK IN THE PARK
The last word for those crisp autumn-weekend jaunts, our sleeveless warmers are ripe for the picking.
QUITE A HANDFUL
Even if you're all thumbs, you'll be able to follow our supereasy one-for-all mitten recipe.
Stylish officewear gets a promotion to plus size.
THE MODULAR SQUAD
Piece by piece, knitting it together. Shape by shape, adding up to make a work of art. (Apologies to Stephen Sondheim.)
Is there anything as sweetly innocent as a baby dressed all in white?
KNITS + THAT
Sparkly tees, sheep-y ceramics, playful patterns, yarns for a cause, and a knitted washcloth for your powder room.
The latest knit lit includes the last word on felting, a knitting travelogue, bags for every day of the year. Also, a classic makes a comeback.
Renowned knitwear designer Jil Eaton provides the A’s to your Q’s.
THE ART OF HAND-DYED YARNS
Inspired by nature, yarn artisans are expressing their own unique personalities through their fiber creations, allowing knitters to do the same. By Laura Bryant
NO KIDDING AROUND
Knitting: the next generation. Tween knitters are picking up sticks—and finding themselves in the process. By Cheryl Krementz
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