ILK Editorial

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This gorgeous afghan is a showpiece for your home

starry mountains afghan

Knit a statement piece for your home with the Starry Mountains Afghan. This is a bold, geometric afghan that will brighten any corner of the house.

The blanket is knit using the fabulous slip-stitch colorwork technique, which gives you an amazing variety of color throughout while only knitting with one color per row. You’ll be astounded

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Candy apples aren’t just for eating

The Candy Apple Cable Scarf really packs a punch! There’s a lot going on in this pattern, and it all works together beautifully. Designer Quenna Lee is a creative force, and she brings texture to a new level here, with garter-stockinette cables, a reverse stockinette background, and a unique stranded-stitch border.

Quenna’s cable is a simple

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These delicate, fingerless mitts are perfection for chilly days!

A lacy pattern with tiny nupps decorates Quenna Lee’s Mock Cabled Mitts.

Fingerless gloves are so helpful to ward off the chill, while still keeping your fingers free for knitting (or texting, typing, chopping wood—you get the picture!). These beauties will definitely help you fight off the winter blues while leaving your fingers unrestricted.

Quenna’s design is

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Your October 2021 Issue of I Like Knitting Magazine is Ready

Get started on these exclusive autumn knitting patterns right now with your I Like Knitting Gold Club membership!
Dear Knitting Enthusiast,
Welcome to the October 2021 issue of I Like Knitting. The seasons continue to turn, and as sure as we know pumpkin-spiced everything is just around the corner, this is a good time to get a jump on

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Knit a timeless cabled sweater you’ll wear all season

orchard pullover

Some sweaters just beg to be knitted, and the Orchard Pullover is one of them. Its traveling cables form a beautiful blossom pattern that’s enjoyable to knit and delightful to wear; you’ll reach for this pullover all through the cool months of the year.

Designer Olya Bagi has created another classic cabled pattern. Slim fitting and

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Knit a part of history for the holidays-a Nordic-inspired Christmas stocking!

Whether you live in a warm or cool climate, the holidays are the time to welcome snowflakes into your home—in the form of Christmas stockings, that is!

The Norwegian Snowflake Stocking features the quintessential symbol of the season, a beautiful Nordic snowflake motif. Denise Balvanz has created an iconic stocking showcasing a snowflake surrounded with tiny

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These Cranberry Harvest Socks are comfortable and gorgeous.

Inspired by the gorgeous shade of perfectly ripe cranberries, these socks will delight anyone who enjoys knitting gorgeous patterns.

The Cranberry Harvest Socks stitch design is made up of simple increases and decreases, so even advanced-beginners who can follow a chart will be able to knit up this pretty pair.

Designer Penny Shumers is well-known for her

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Warm up your hands, heart, and hot chocolate with this mug cozy!

During the dark days of winter, there’s nothing more soothing than a warm drink. But as your drink sits, it cools off, causing a sad face. Avoid those frown lines with a mug cozy!

Blue Spruce Mug Cozies are equally pretty and useful, so why not knit up a bunch to put in everyone’s stockings this

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Add a spark of the Southwest to your home

Wrap yourself in the warmth of the Southwest. The Arizona Afghan embodies the beauty of the Arizona desert, with its energetic oranges, greens, and blues.

The Southwest motif appears before your eyes as you knit this one-panel combination of interesting stitch patterns. You’ll linen stitch, colorwork, and even a bit of intarsia.

Linen stitch makes up the

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The Best of 2020: Your 25 Favorite New Patterns of the Year

Did your favorite pattern make the list?

Here we are at the end of the year. It’s been an interesting one, for sure, with more than enough challenges to last most of us a long time. Throughout all of it, however, we’ve been inspired by you. So many people picked up knitting needles for the first

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