August 2018: Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

Get ready for a shift in seasons with this gorgeous issue featuring the perfect collection of summer-to-fall patterns. Beat the last of summer’s heat with frilly favorites, including the Dressed to Frill Top (on the cover) and the Frilled with Joy Peplum Tunic. Each piece adds some fun flair to your wardrobe.

When the chill sets in, look to cozier patterns like the elegant Keyhole Pullover, Buttoned Poncho Coat or the Autumn Aztec Socks (a must see!). No matter which project you start with, you’ll discover new classics that you’ll return to each year in anticipation of a new season.

Happy knitting!

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Knitting flowers has never been simpler! Just follow this step-by-step guide to get your very own floral embellishment. This tutorial is designed for the Floral Magic Baby Hat, but these flowers look great on all types of projects, from pillows and scarves to blankets and sweaters. Read More 


Provisional Cast On

The provisional cast on is ideal for projects that require you to later join your stitches to another piece of knitting -- making an almost seamless join once complete. While it may sound intimidating, this cast-on method isn't tricky at all. Just follow this photo tutorial to discover how easy it can be! Read More 


Whether or not you decide to use this tutorial to make the adorable Wickerwork Hat & Pullover baby set, it's a stitch you'll want to have in your knitting arsenal. Its criss-cross pattern creates a visually intriguing swatch that's rich with texture and ideal for a variety of knit projects. Let's get ready to learn it! Read More 


This darling baby hat adorned with three easy-to-make flowers is perfect for keeping your little one cozy. Plus, it's easy enough for even beginners to enjoy! Read More 


Capture the colors of the rainbow with this colorful scarf. This design is knit using a gradient set of minis and a solid color. The scarf can be worn as a long loop to show off the gradient effect, or doubled to wear as an extra cozy accessory. Read More 


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