Making Stories
22,00 EUR
Magazine Issue 6

In Issue 6, we’re taking a look upward and beyond as a gentle reminder to not forget to look skyward, to see the beauty above, to take a breath of fresh air.


The 12 knitting patterns we’re so excited to share with you are inspired by everything we see when we take our eyes off the ground – the sky, the clouds, the buildings, the trees, the texture, the light. They’re complemented by the works of our artists and writers who remind us to stay present and connected, no matter where we are and what we see.

With Making Stories Magazine, we strive to feature companies and makers who focus on sustainability, transparency, fairness and equity in their work. We love telling their stories and hope to inspire and enable crafters to make conscious and informed decisions about the materials they use and companies they support.

Designs by:

Fiona Alice

Makenzie Alvarez

Elena Solier Jansà

Valentina Cosciani

Emily Joy Rickard

Susan Schädler

Ayano Tanaka

Kjerstin Rovetta

Elena Solier Jansà

Ksenia Naidyon

Julia Exner

Audrey Borrego



Yarns by:

Annabel Williams

Biches & Bûches

Bouclelaine

byLaxtons

Garthenor Organic

Gepard Garn

Holst Garn

Isager

Mominoki Yarn

The Fibre Co.

Uist Wool

woollentwine 

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Capsule - Olga Buraya-Kefelian
29,95 EUR
The CAPSULE book includes eight original knitwear patterns from Olga Buraya-Kefelian and a glossary of special techniques used in each design, as well as lush photographic spreads of the collection.
  • 128 full-color pages printed on uncoated paper stock
  • 8¼" by 9½"
  • Perfect bound softcover with soft-touch coating
  • FSC-certified publication
  • Printed in the USA at a press powered by 100% renewable energy
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Colorwork Shawls
22,00 EUR
Melanie Berg
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Interpretations Vol. 4
20,00 EUR
Interpretations Vol. 4 is the fourth design collaboration between Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki; another whimsical collection featuring 12 patterns - six by Veera and six by Joji.

For this Volume, they worked on their interpretations of the words gather, chromatic, magic, fragile, direction and hidden. The setting for the photographs takes place in the beautiful landscape of Finland.

You can have a close look at this volume´s designs here on Ravelry.

The book includes a code for downloading the eBook.
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Knit Eat
29,00 EUR
Knit Eat Book
The Knit Eat Festival in Lyon could not happen this year but we are proud to offer you the book with beautiful knitting patterns and fabulous recipes..

The Knit designers are: Berangère Cailliau, Charlotte Sometime, Sari Nordlund, Guillemette Auboyer, Alice Hammer, Solène Amary, Emilie Luis, Emma Ducher, Melody Hoffmann, Aurélie Tixier, Astrid Troland, Solène Le Roux, Julie Dubreux.

In the book there are:

2 shawls, 1 hat, 1 plaid, 2 kitchen towels, 3 sweaters, 1 vest, 1 tank top, 1 top (sizes XS to 5XL)
1 blouse (sizes S to 3XL) 1 child sweater (3 months to 6 years)

ATTENTION => The book is in French, there are explanations of knitting patterns and recipes translated into English.
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Knitting Brioche Lace
35,00 EUR
World-renowned brioche knitting expert, Nancy Marchant, takes this stitch to another level by introducing you to the exciting world of two-color brioche lace with charts and clear explanations, a stitch dictionary of brioche lace stitches, and exquisite scarf and cowl projects.

This is the perfect book for the experienced brioche knitter who is looking for new techniques that yield spectacular lacy results!

The book is 228 pages. This includes a general introduction to brioche knitting and an explanation of the symbols and abbreviations. There are two methods described in creating lace eyelets in brioche knitting; the yarn over method and the release purl method. Both have 30+ new stitch patterns. There are also 9 projects in the book. All the stitch patterns and projects have written instructions as well as charts.
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Making Stories
21,90 EUR
Magazine Issue 4 Issue 4 is an invitation to take a look at the craft we love and share as a way of challenging the status quo, changing standards that no longer serve us, and, yes, subverting the norm.

In its pages you’ll find accessory and garment patterns that do just that by introducing us to a new technique, a unique construction method, a brave design inspiration. Stories about body image, size inclusivity, and queer identity, shared by a handful of wonderful authors and illustrators, invite you to sit down, read, and question.

Designs by:

ash alberg, Crystal Hiatt, Hanna Lisa Haferkamp, Julia Exner, Julie Robinson, Maria Muscarella, Marina Skua, Renate Kamm, Sari Nordlund

Yarns by:

BC Garn, Biches & Bûches, Erika Knight, G-uld, Marina Skua, Tulliver Yarn, Walcot Yarns, Wing And A Prayer Farm, YOTH Yarns

If you purchase this product, you’ll get the print version of Issue 4. Each print copy also includes a download code for a digital copy that you can add to your Ravelry library.
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Woolens
29,95 EUR
Woolens includes 11 new patterns by designer Jared Flood, founder and creative director of Brooklyn Tweed. From hats and cowls to scarves, shawls, and wraps, projects suitable for adventurous beginners and seasoned knitters abound.Several patterns in the book offer multiple design pathways that allow the maker to customize the garment according to personal taste. Many designs are unisex. A thorough techniques section shepherds knitters through the patterns and serves as a valuable standalone reference resource.Flood's lavish photography kindles the imagination and inspires creative knitters to original interpretations. Woolens makes a wonderful gift for a knitting friend and is a worthy addition to any knitting library.
  • 138 pages with full color photographs
  • Book Dimensions: 8″ by 10″
  • Perfect bound softcover with soft-touch coating
  • FSC-certified publication
  • Printed in the USA at a press powered by 100% renewable energy
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Making Stories
22,00 EUR
Magazine Issue 5

Issue 5 explores the hidden qualities of plants and nature to shed a light on the essential role they have for us and the planet.

The 12 knitwear designs we’re so proud to feature in this issue celebrate nature in all its glorious ways through texture, shape and form – as do our artists and writers who dive deep into the connection between nature and making in their works.

Designs by:

Audrey Borrego, Barbara Gottwik, Courtney Spainhower, Dana Kikic, Fiona Alice, Heidi Reszies, Jennifer Brou, Joan Forgione, Ksenia Naidyon, Madeleine Renarde, Marianne Munier, Thien-Kieu Lam

Yarns by:

De Rerum Natura, Echoview Fiber Mill, Frida Fuchs, John Arbon Textiles, Knitting for Olive, La Bien Aimée, Maison Corlène, Swans Island Company, The Fibre Co., Triskelion Yarn, Whistlebare and woollenflower

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