December 2018: Table of Contents

A Note from the Editor

There’s a certain anticipation that comes before the holidays. Between baking your favorite cookies, wrapping presents with festive bows and taking vacations that are just for family – there’s so much to be grateful for this season. And in our usual fashion, we’re bringing you brand new winter classics to knit – but this time with a twist! In an effort to ease the stress that comes with holiday gift giving, we’ve put together our own Ultimate Gift Guide featuring handmade projects for everyone on your list. Inside you’ll discover brand new scarves, slippers, cowls, socks, hats and more! Plus, what happens when you combine an adorable knit tree design with a pack of LED Christmas lights? You won’t believe how cute the Tree-mendously Lit Knit Décor turned out!
And if that weren’t already enough we’re also including a chance to win more than $200+ worth of yarn giveaways! Don’t miss your chance to win some incredible prizes.

Happy knitting!

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The Abigail Cowl is a quick-to-stitch project that makes a lovely gift for the girl who isn’t afraid to be bold! Easy stitch combinations create a beautiful lace texture and solid garter stitch edging frames it in nicely. Add an optional drawstring to cinch it up and keep out the cold. Fun faux fur pom poms add additional texture and finish it off fabulously! Read More 

This hat adds to the flare of excitement that is the whirling winter season. It’s fun tassels and honeycomb cable pattern make it sweet and playful for the wild child on your list! Read More 

  1. “I fell in love with the project bags from Dear Ewe as soon as designer Heather Gibbs showed me her wonderful designs. This bag is large enough for your current WIP, even your largest project will fit in these drawstring, 100% cotton bag. Plus, the Dear Ewe character holding her heart-shaped yarn = so… Read More 

Learn how to knit this mesh lace with this photo tutorial from Jennifer Dickerson! You’ll be able to make the Abigail Cowl on the previous page in no time at all. Read More