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June 2022

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Picture this: Your ticket is booked for a dream vacation and now it’s time to decide what to knit for your summer adventures. To make it easier to assemble a vacation’s worth of chic knits, we asked our designers to look to the sea, the sand, and the sun for inspiration.

Start the search for

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April 2022

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As I write this, the ground is snow covered and the wind is chilly, but signs of spring have arrived. Robins are flitting across tree branches in search of berries. Small patches of soil are poking through blankets of grayish-white snow. And after months of freezing weather, it’s hard not to get excited about what’s

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February 2022

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It’s hard to believe the New Year is here! As I’m writing this from my home (where I’ve been working remotely since early 2020), I’m unable to recall the last 12 months in detail. Time felt strange last year – blurry and undefined like a painted canvas smeared with rain. But I do remember the

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December 2021

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Get ready for colder weather in style with our latest editor’s edition of I Like Knitting. 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 straight from the editors. Inside you can: discover quick knits that make the best gifts

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October 2021

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It might still be sticky-hot weather here in the Midwest, but signs of fall are already here. Apples trees are sprouting new fruit, stores are decked out with fall-themed décor and coffee shops have released their own versions of pumpkin-spiced everything.
Despite the weather telling me otherwise, I couldn’t be more ready to welcome a shift

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August 2021

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As warmer weather tapers off and fireflies disappear from the night sky, it’s time to look ahead to my favorite season: fall. While the changes autumn brings are wonderful (think vibrant leaves, refreshing breezes and pumpkin-themed everything), the transitional months in between can be challenging to know what to knit – do you keep things

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June 2021

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In the Midwest, you never know when you’re going to get hit with another bout of unusual weather. One day it’ll be 70 degrees with a light breeze and sunny skies—and the next day you find yourself inside a snow globe as snow falls down around you in giant, wet clumps. One thing you can

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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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