Issue Archive


April 2021

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Depending on where you live, spring may seem far away. In the Midwest, the ground is covered in snow, icicles hang from rooftops and shorts weather is still a distant memory — but signs of change are here. Birds chirping after sunrise, green plants poking through previously frozen ground — spring is right around the

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February 2021

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No matter what this year has to offer, one thing is certain: it’s never too late for a fresh start or to try something new. So ask yourself: What do you want to accomplish this year? Will you finally tackle fair isle? Perhaps you’ll try knitting more of your own clothes, like a tank top?

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December 2020

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We took a quick poll and all the elves agree: these patterns make the perfect gifts. Whether you’re new to our magazine or have been with us for a while, you’re bound to discover some favorites in this hand-picked list from the editors of I Like Knitting. No matter what your skill level or your

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October 2020

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My favorite time of year is nearly here: fall! Imagine fields filled with plump, orange pumpkins. Apple and pear trees stuffed with fresh fruit ripe for the picking. Homes smelling like hot apple cider— that unique mix of nutmeg, cinnamon and clove that brings back so many fall memories. But of course, this isn’t all

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August 2020

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The weather is warm, the sun is shining and backyards are ready for all this season has to offer – homemade meals by campfires, nights spent chasing fireflies and evenings spent sipping cooled lemonade on the outside patio. Before we know it, fall will be knocking at our door. Until then, it’s time to soak

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June 2020

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Unprecedented times. I’ve read and heard that phrase, as I’m sure you all have, many times these past few months. But what does it really mean? Unprecedented describes something unexampled or unparalleled — something never known before, never experienced.
It’s easy to read that definition and feel fear. I know I do, especially after reading

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April 2020

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Happy spring, everyone! And welcome to our first Editor’s Edition of I Like Knitting. Me along with editor Nicola combed through our pattern archives to select and highlight our must-have picks for early spring weather. So say goodbye to frost-kissed noses, ice-covered pavement and snow-coated trees, and say hello to blue skies, warm weather –

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February 2020

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Another year means another chance to make some pretty impressive patterns. And we promise, this issue won’t disappoint. Start by learning some new stitches in our Knitting Resolutions + Swatches section. Discover five gorgeous swatches that pair perfectly with a variety of knitting patterns, including scarves, pillows and cowls. Next, explore why everyone can’t stop

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Stitches, Stars & Stripes: 15 Knitting Patterns in Red, White and Blue

Stitches, stars and stripes

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Add some stars and stripes to your wardrobe with this round up of knitting patterns in red, white and blue. From cozy sweaters with hoods and sleeves, to trendy tank tops and cardis with striped details, this selection of knits features some of our must-have patterns for any knitter who’s feeling patriotic. Plus, who can

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December 2019

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Welcome to the first ever collector’s edition of I Like Knitting. In this exciting issue, we’re rounding up 65+ of our most popular winter projects – from gift ideas to holiday décor and everything in between. Plus, explore 16 brand new twists on these timeless designs, including a remake of four of our most beautiful

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