Laine Magazine
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52 weeks of socks
52 Weeks of Socks is the first hardcover book of Laine Publishing. This publication contains 52 knitting patterns by 46 designers, and is a true encyclopedia of socks. Patterns are beautifully photographed and laid out on 256 pages in the style Laine is known and loved for.

The book contains patterns from the following designers: Heidi Alander, Fiona Alice, Gina Baglia, Ainur Berkimbayeva, Katrine Birkenwasser, Karen Borrel, Sachiko Burgin, Diana Clinch, Verena Cohrs, Valentina Consalvi, Rachel Coopey, Nele Druyts, Marion Em, Lindsey Fowler, Fabienne Gassmann, Lucinda Guy, Dawn Henderson, Anja Heumann, Tiina Huhtaniemi, Caitlin Hunter, Mieka John, Amanda Jones, Joséphine & the seeds, Pauliina Karru, Isabell Kraemer, Tatiana Kulikova, Joji Locatelli, Erika López, Andrea Mowry, Paula Pereira, Rosa Pomar, Elena Potemkina, Amelia Putri, Emily Joy Rickard, Mona Schmidt, Nataliya Sinelshchikova, Marceline Smith, Minna Sorvala, Helen Stewart, Charlotte Stone, Becky Sørensen, Niina Tanskanen, Natalia Vasilieva, Kristine Vejar, Kajsa Vuorela and Mariya Zyaparova.

256 uncoated, high-quality pages
Language: English
Woven book cover, banner, ribbon place marker
Weight: 1100 g / 2.5 lb => we will ship this as parcel
Print only, no digital download code available.
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52 weeks of shawls

52 Weeks of Shawls is a unique look into contemporary shawl knitting.
The designers behind the 52 patterns come from all around the world. This collection showcases an exceptionally wide range of yarns, techniques and levels of difficulty and also includes two crochet designs. It is a true encyclopedia of shawls, a future classic for decades to come.

The book is a continuation of 52 Weeks of Socks which has been immensely popular around the world.

This publication contains 52 knitting patterns by 50 designers. All patterns are beautifully photographed, illustrated and presented on 272 pages.

The book contains patterns from the following designers: Stella Ackroyd, Andrea Aho, Fiona Alice, Natalya Berezynska, Rebekah Berkompas, Lærke Bisschop-Larsen, Sveina Björk Jóhannesdóttir, Rachel Brockman, Aleks Byrd, Susan Chin, Valentina Cosciani-Tibisay, Evgeniya Dupliy, Stephanie Earp, Marion Em, Frida Franckie, Katya Gorbacheva, Samantha Guerin, Joanna Herriott, Sarah Heymann, Jonna Hietala, Erin Jensen, Anna Johanna, Malia Mae Joseph, Susanna Kaartinen, Pauliina Karru, Linda Lencovic, Marjut Lund-Rahkola, Lotta H Löthgren, Hanna Maciejewska, Aude Martin, Mariya Matveeva, Helen Mawdsley, Faïza Mebazaa, Kathryn Merrick, Tif Neilan, Hanne Kær Pedersen, Paula Pereira, Claudia Quintanilla, Lucía Ruiz de Aguirre, Nataliya Sinelshchikova, Jeanette Sloan, Elena Solies Jansà, Susanne Sommer, Anna Strandberg, Niina Tanskanen, Mari Tobita, Miriam Walchshäusl, Lauren Wallis, Claire Walls and Stephen West.

272 uncoated, high-quality pages
Language: English
Woven book cover, banner, ribbon place marker
Weight: 1100 g / 2.5 lb
Size: 28 x 22 x 3 cm
ISBN: 978-952-69388-9-9
Print only, no digital download code available.
Printed in Latvia.

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LAINE Magazine
15,00 EUR 25,00 EUR
Issue No. 3 Like the first two issues the Autumn / Winter 2017 Issue contains several patterns of famous designers, stories from the knitting world, recipies and a travel guide to Berlin - all this on high-quality paper, beautifully photographed and illustrated.
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LAINE Magazine
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Issue No. 8 Issue 8 of LAINE Magazine contains 11 patterns of several designers, recipes and a travel guide Tampere.
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Stripes
25,00 EUR 37,00 EUR
Veera Välimäki
For years, Veera Välimäki has been fascinated by playing with colours and textures – and striping with them! In Stripes, she encourages you to start your own journey into the world of stripes. This collection features 20 knitting patterns, including sweaters, cardigans and shawls as well as a relaxed dress, a beanie and your new favourite pair of socks. Both the book and its knits are an ode to contemporary knitwear, exuding a sense of quiet, timeless confidence.

Veera Välimäki is one of the leading knitwear designers in the world. Her designs are known for their simple, clean lines with modern details. Veera lives and works in a small village in Southern Finland surrounded by forests, fields and lakes. Since 2014, Veera has worked on the popular book series, Interpretations, together with Joji Locatelli. Stripes is her third hardback book.

This publication contains:
200 pages
20 knitting patterns (6 sweaters, 3 cardigans, 1 dress, 8 shawls, 1 pair of socks, 1 beanie) suitable for knitters of all levels
Hardback
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 1000 g / 2.2 lb
Dimensions: 205 x 270 x 21 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-00-5
Print only, no digital download code available.
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The Knitted Fabric
25,00 EUR 37,00 EUR
Dee Hardwicke Brimming with artistic inspiration and filled with patterns for gorgeous knitwear and joyful pieces for the home, this creative and original book invites you to step inside Dee Hardwicke's world. Illustrated throughout with beautiful watercolours and painterly photography, The Knitted Fabric brings the pages of Dee's sketchbooks to life. As Dee explains, “I find the process of knitting very similar to painting, with each stitch being a brushstroke of colour. As stitches loop together, they create a knitted fabric, a kind of narrative of art, making and the people and landscapes that inspire me”. Just like the designs within it, this unique book is something to treasure.

Dee Hardwicke is an artist, designer and knitter whose work is inspired by her passion for colour and by her love of the British landscape. Dee's designs have been used in exclusive collaborations with partners including the National Trust and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Her previous knitting books include A Story in Yarn: How to Design and Knit an Intarsia Heirloom Quilt (Quail Publishing, 2016) and several titles with leading British yarn producers and designers Rowan. Each design begins life in her sketchbooks.

192 pages
20 colourwork knitting patterns (9 cushions, 3 wraps, 3 quilts, 2 sweaters, 1 vest, 1 hat, 1 pair of gloves)
Hardback
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 700 g / 1.6 lb
191 x 246 x 21 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-34-0
Printed in Latvia
Print only, no digital download code available.
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Laine Magazine
27,00 EUR
Issue No. 20PRE-ORDER => Release day is March 15th and we will ship it then.
ATTENTION => If you order more items together with this magazine we will ship everything together mid of March.

Get ready for our lovely spring issue! Laine 20, Waterways, invites you to spend a day by the sea with us — you can almost smell the salty air and feel the soft breeze in your hair! This issue includes ten beautiful and unique knits perfect for the season: the kind that will keep you warm on the first spring days when you can’t get enough of the outdoors but still need that extra layer to keep you warm.

Issue 20, Spring 2024, includes:

140 pages
10 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 5 sweaters, 1 cardigan, 1 tee, 2 shawls and 1 pair of socks.
An interview with the Finnish knitwear designer Jenny Ansah who wants to bring a stronger sense of community to the world of handicrafts.
The results of our first-ever Laine Knitting Survey, with 4,433 responses from knitters from all over the world. Read what knitting looks like in the 2020s and how knitters hope to see it evolve!
Jeanette Sloan’s Fibre Talk: A regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Maria Zeb Benjamin from The Wool Library, a grassroots organisation that celebrates British wool.
Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro, who explores how artificial intelligence might change knitting in the future.
Where I Knit: A regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot. In this issue, we meet Sascha Faxe, a Danish MP who likes to knit in Parliament meetings.
Seasonal recipes to inspire your spring cooking.
Book reviews.

Designers featured in this issue: Rebecca Clow, Lily Kate France, Eliza Hinkes, Susanna Kaartinen, Marzena Kołaczek, Marion Mursic, Joey Poh, Olga Putano, Qing Studio and Thea Vesterby.

Weight: Approx 500 g / 1.1 lbs
Dimensions: Approx. 280 X 210 X 10 mm
Print only. No digital download code available.
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52 weeks of Accessoires
44,00 EUR
52 Weeks of Accessories

This colourful and versatile book contains patterns for 52 inspirational accessories — mostly knits but also a few crochet pieces - created by 48 international designers. It is the perfect companion for those who love knitting hats, shawls, socks and mittens, but it also includes other fun projects such as cowls, hoods, headbands and bags.

The designs in 52 Weeks of Accessories are suitable for a range of knitting abilities and needs, and feature an array of techniques including cables and colourwork as well as simpler stitches. Thanks to their small size, accessories are quick and economical to make. They offer an excellent way to try out new things and play with yarn!

52 Weeks of Accessories is the latest addition to Laine Publishing’s popular 52 Weeks book series, which already includes volumes focused on socks, shawls and easy knits.

The patterns are created by the following designers: Jenny Ansah, Paulina Castell Gutiérrez, Susan Chin, Elena Dimchevska, Nele Druyts, Anna Eklund, Jaana Etula, Belén Fernández, Lindsey Fowler, Lily Kate France, Soraya García, Izabela Grzybek, Émilie Hallet, Jonna Helin, Karen S. Henderson, Rastus Hsu, Tiina Huhtaniemi, Anna Husemann, Joona Höri, Nabita Jouret, Pauliina Kuunsola, Kaori Katsurada, Keiko Kikuno, Thien-Kieu Lam, Lisa Lang & Isabella Heinz, Sarah-Ann Larouche, Sarianna Lehtonen, Eli Leistad, Pauliina Leisti, Faïza Mebazaa, Maral Mokri, Heli Rajavaara, Marie Régnier, Marina Skua, Jeanette Sloan, Lis Smith, Elena Solier Jansà, Susanne Sommer, Florence Spurling, Jill Tamminen, Thea Vesterby, Maaike van Geijn, Anke von Ahrentschildt, Kajsa Vuorela, Julia Wilkens, Martha Wissing and Veera Välimäki.

272 pages
52 patterns for accessories (50 knitting patterns and 2 crochet patterns: 9 beanies, 2 headbands, 12 shawls and scarves, 3 cowls, 2 collars, 3 hoods, 1 balaclava, 6 mittens, 2 fingerless mitts, 6 socks, 1 pair of slippers, 3 bags, 1 scrunchie, 1 jewelry)
Patterns for hats, mittens and socks come in several sizes
Hardback, woven book cover
Print only, no download code
Ribbon place marker
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 1200 g / 2.7 lb
Dimensions: 215 x 276 x 29 mm
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Laine Magazine
40,00 EUR
52 weeks of Easy Knits

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52 Weeks of Easy Knits => We’ve made it easy!

52 Weeks of Easy Knits includes 52 uncomplicated knitting patterns, ranging from beanies, mittens and scarves to sweaters, socks and cardigans. The designs are fun, cosy and modern, but above all, they are a pleasure to knit.

In this clear and colourful book, there are many super-easy, quick-to-finish patterns that are perfect for beginners. The more challenging ones offer meditative projects for those with a bit more experience. All the patterns are created using basic knitting techniques, and each step of the process is explained thoroughly. The book also includes useful information about choosing the right materials and finishing your garment.

52 Weeks of Easy Knits offers you knitting inspiration for years to come – the only difficult thing is deciding what to knit first!

The patterns are written by talented designers from all over the world: Jenny Ansah, Tiina Arponen (Muita ihania), Natalya Berezynska, Lærke Boelt Back (Pastelkollektivet), Luuanne Chau, George Cullen, Elise Damstra, Evgeniya Dupliy, Lindsey Fowler, Sidsel Grau Petersen, Anna Heino, Jonna Hietala, Tuuli Huhtala, Tiina Huhtaniemi, Dami Hunter, Sasha Hyre, Erin Jensen, Veera Jussila (Käsityökekkerit), Renate Kamm, Maija Kangasluoma, Meiju K-P, Isabell Kraemer, Sini Kramer, Pauliina Kuunsola, Bernice Lim (Yamagara), Teti Lutsak, Rebekka Mauser, Faïza Mebazaa, Maddy Moe, Paula Pereira, Nina Pommerenke, Megumi Shinagawa, Elena Solier Jansà, Maaike van Geijn, Veera Välimäki, Miriam Walchshäusl, Sylvia Watts-Cherry, Julia Wilkens, Ida Wirak Trettevik (Witre Design) and Aatu Äikiä.


264 pages
52 knitting patterns (15 sweaters, 3 cardigans, 4 vests, 13 shawls & scarves, 7 hats, 2 headbands, 2 balaclavas, 4 mittens & mitts, 2 socks)
Hardback
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 1150 g
214 x 278 x 27.5 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-36-4
Printed in Latvia
Print only, digital download code for charts only

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52 weeks of socks
40,00 EUR
Volume II
52 Weeks of Socks, Vol. II is a more colourful and even more versatile book than its predecessor. There’s something for everyone: lace, cables, stripes, ruffles, colourwork — even a pair embellished with beads! The patterns are clear and approachable and come with a short intro and a note on the construction. All patterns are graded into three sizes and are accompanied by gorgeous photography. 
They are fun to make, quick to finish and always needed — no wonder so many knitters love socks!

52 Weeks of Socks, Vol. II offers even more inspiration for all sock enthusiasts. It is a colourful and abundant collection of patterns from a diverse group of interna­tional designers. Using a variety of different techniques and yarns, the book has something for both beginners and advanced knitters.

The patterns are written by 47 talented designers from all over the world:
Jenny Ansah, Christelle Bagea, Alma Bali, Sveina Björk Jóhannesdóttir, Emma Brace, Aleks Byrd, Arantxa Casado, Fay Dashper-Hughes, Kristin Drysdale, Emma Ducher, Avery Erb, Lindsey Fowler, Fabienne Gassmann, Emilie Hallet , Sarah Heymann, Bailey Jacobs, Elena Solier Jansà, Yuri Kader Kojima, Kaori Katsurada, Keiko Kikuno, Jenna  Kostet, Pauliina Kuunsola, Summer Lee, Marie-Christine Lévesque, Lotta H Löthgren, Agata Mackiewicz, Rebekka Mauser, Laura Moorats, Heather Nolan, Paula Pereira, Rosa Pomar, Amelia Putri, Anna Radchenko, Heli Rajavaara, Ashley Ratnam, Lucía  Ruiz  de  Aguirre  Rodríguez, Sofia Sackett, Ara Stella, Charlotte Stone, Pope Vergara, Anke von Ahrentschildt, Barbara von Stieglitz, Veera Välimäki, Lori Wagner, Nancy Wheeler, Paula Wiśniewska and Yucca / Yuka Takahashi.

256 pages
52 knitting patterns for socks and slippers
All patterns come in 3 sizes
Hardback, woven book cover
Ribbon place marker
Language: English
ISBN: 978-952-7468-52-4
Weight: Approx. 1150 g
Dimensions: 215 x 278 x 26 mm
Printed in Latvia
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A Little Book of Moon-Inspired Shawls
20,00 EUR
by Pauliina Kuunsola “Simply cast on and knit your hopes, dreams, wishes, desires and goals into your project — stitch by stitch, in sync with the moon.”

A Little Book of Moon Inspired Shawls is an expression of gratitude for the moon in knitted form. This booklet includes nine shawl patterns inspired by the phases of the moon. The designs feature different shawl shapes, such as crescent, asymmetric triangle and pi, as well as different textures — there is even a little bit of embroidery!

The booklet is much more than just a collection of knitting patterns. It offers a unique look into the moon, its cyclical nature and the beliefs associated with it. It also gives tips on how to work with the moon and shares insights on how the moon phases can be used as a guide to other things in life, including your knitting. Enjoy your knitting journey through the days of the moon cycle and tap your toes into its mystic shadows and illuminating light!

Pauliina Kuunsola is a knitwear designer and tech editor who works as a senior editor at Laine Publishing. She likes to design patterns that are relaxing to knit and loves exploring the endless possibilities of simple stitches and stitch patterns. Pauliina is inspired by colours, textures, nature, the night sky and the mystic realms.

112 pages
9 knitting patterns for shawls
Small paperback
Print only, no download code
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 45 g
Dimensions: 148 x 210 x 9 mm.
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Contrasts: Textured Knitting
40,00 EUR
Meiju K-P
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Meiju K-P’s patterns are filled with elaborate lace, beautiful cables and carefully finished details – but at the same time they are fun to make. As a designer, Meiju likes to combine challenging techniques with a pleasant knitting experience. Meiju’s debut book, Contrasts – Textured Knitting, contains 22 patterns, including pullovers, cardigans, scarves and hats in a soft, delicate and feminine style. They have been designed by Meiju to be functional and fit well. The pullovers and cardigans are mostly knitted from the top down, making their size easy to adjust.

Meiju lives in Helsinki, Finland with her husband and three sons. Even as a teenager, she never knitted from patterns, preferring to create her own designs. Later, knitwear design became a passionate hobby and part-time work. She hopes to spark new ideas for beginners and more experienced knitters.
280 pages
22 knitting patterns (9 sweaters, 5 cardigans, 1 poncho, 4 shawls, 3 hats), additional pattern modifications given
Both charts and written instructions provided
Hardback
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 1300 g / 3.1 lb
205 x 270 x 27 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-11-1
Printed in Latvia
Print only, no digital download code available. 


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Crochet Crush
37,00 EUR
Molla Mills
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Timeless fashion and modern practicality are the starting points for Molla Mills' Crochet Crush. The 23 crochet patterns include both home decor and accessories, making everyday aesthetics accessible to everyone. The designs have been inspired by the colours of flowers, the moods of past summers, as well as Brooklyn's neighbourhoods.

Crochet's compact and sturdy fabric is best suited for wear-intensive things such as carpets and bags. This book is a collection, so you can combine patterns and vary the colours to your liking.

Instead of ready-to-buy, Molla encourages her readers to make their own pieces with quality materials and enjoy the slow process. The mind calms down as soon as the first chain loop is crocheted.

Molla Mills (born 1979) is an internationally known Finnish designer who learned how to crochet from her mother as a little girl in Kurikka, Finland. She has studied fashion, marketing and art and has written several crochet books that have been published for instance in Brazil and in South Korea. Molla also designs pattern collections for different yarn brands and travels around the world teaching crochet workshops.

224 pages
23 crochet patterns
Hardback
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 1.1 kg / 2.4 lb
Dimensions: 210 x 270 x 23 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-06-7
Print only, no digital download code available
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ECHOES by Susan Crawford
44,00 EUR
24 Modern Knits Inspired by Iconic Women
Echoes: 24 Modern Knits Inspired by Iconic Women features knitwear patterns dedicated to incredible women — both real and fictional — who have influenced the designer Susan Crawford’s life. The array of icons includes authors such as Beatrix Potter and Virginia Woolf, the musicians Cyndi Lauper and Kate Bush, as well as activists, artists, garden designers and more.

This versatile collection features a variety of styles and techniques. It includes cardigans, sweaters, vests, jackets, and a dress, as well as shawls, socks, hats, mittens, and even a tie. Susan created the designs to resemble heirloom pieces, well-loved and handed down through generations, with stories interwoven into their fabric.

The book showcases the continuing impact of others on each of us, and how inspiration often works: creating layers within layers, echoes within echoes.

“Every piece of this collection is carefully intertwined with the next: stories, inspiration, colours and yarns are all different yet connected, creating a knitted tapestry, echoes of each one woven together. I hope you enjoy knitting them as much as I have done!”

Susan Crawford is a British knitwear designer, fashion historian and author, known for her work on modernising vintage knitwear patterns. She lives in the Lake District in North West England — an area with stunning landscapes that also impact her work. Susan is particularly inspired by the stories carried within textiles and the intertwining of history and stitches. Echoes is Susan’s eighth book.

232 pages
24 knitting patterns (6 sweaters, 4 cardigans, 3 vests, 1 dress, 2 shawls, 1 cowl, 2 pairs of socks, 2 hats, 1 pair of mittens, 1 tie and 1 blanket)
Hardback
Print only, no download code
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 1120 g / 2,5 lb
Dimensions: 276 x 211 x 26 mm

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Embroidery on knits
44,00 EUR
by Judit Gummlich This breathtakingly gorgeous book is an in-depth guide and source of inspiration for embroidering with and on wool. With this book and the 18 embroidery templates featured in it, you can turn your grandpa’s old cardigan into a statement piece or add thoughtful details to your next project. Based on the sneak peeks we have already shared with our followers during the last couple of months, this book will become an absolute must-have for knitters and makers. Transform your knits with a handful of simple embroidery stitches: a cosy cardigan embellished with bright flowers, a dragonfly on the front of a sweater and mittens with plants climbing up the back of the hand. This timeless embroidery book features 18 nature-inspired templates, generously complimented by insightful tips and ideas on how to use them. Embroidery on Knits is an in-depth guide to contemporary stitching with and on wool, explaining every step of the process — from planning to finished project. It is a source of inspiration and knowledge for crafty beginners and savvy stitchers alike.

Judit Gummlich is a multi-talented crafter who has worked in theatre costume departments for more than 20 years. She is a passionate knitter, gardener, beekeeper and nature lover. Judit lives with her husband, bees and two cats in Hamburg, Germany. Embroidery on Knits is her first book.

200 pages
18 embroidery projects (all templates presented on a separate fold-out poster in size A1)
Hardback
Print only, no download code
Language: English
Photography by Simone Hawlisch
Weight: Approx. 1000 g / 2.2 lb
Dimensions: 216 x 276 x 22 mm
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Fair Isle Weekend
30,00 EUR
Mary Jane Mucklestone
Fair Isle Weekend takes you on an exciting trip to Fair Isle, a windswept island in Shetland, famous for its traditional colourwork knitting. During her many trips to Fair Isle, Mary Jane has been fascinated and inspired by the island's rich textile traditions, learning about Fair Isle knitting by looking at old textiles and sharing stories and knowledge around a cup of tea. Now, she has created a gorgeous collection of designs which she would take with her for a weekend trip to Shetland when a carry-on bag is all you take with you.

"So I invite you to join us, this small band of traveling friends, sharing a little glimpse of the isle from my outsider’s perspective. I offer you a small collection in my own style of Fair Isle knitting, which I hope honors the tradition, even though my work isn’t especially traditional."

Mary Jane Mucklestone is a knitwear designer, teacher and author who has specialized in Fair Isle knitting, also called stranded knitting. Her work has been featured in publications like Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits and various books. Mary Jane has a varied background in art and textiles earning a BFA in Printmaking from Pratt Institute, studying fashion at Parsons School of Design and Textiles and Historic Costume at the University of Washington. With her friend Gudrun Jonston, they host popular once in a lifetime trips to Shetland. Fair Isle Weekend will be her fifth book. Find more about Mary Jane at MaryJaneMucklestone.com

This hardcover book contains 8 beautiful colourwork patterns ranging from small projects like wristlets to yoked sweaters. [2 sweaters, 1 vest, 2 hats, 1 cowl, 1 pair of fingerless mitts, 1 pair of wristlets]

104 pages
Language: English 
Hardcover, banner
Print only, no digital download code available.

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Friends in Food
25,00 EUR

Friends in Food


From the very beginning, food has been an essential part of Laine. Thus, it only felt natural to add cooking to the genres our small publishing house focuses on.
Friends in Food by Pia Alapeteri is a fillable book for everyone who sometimes eats together with family and friends. Gradually, a lovely database for dinners, birthday parties, cottage weekends and everyday meals grows in between the covers, listing friends’ diets and allergies, favourite foods and ingredients they cannot stand. No more guessing how many guests drink tea, who loves coriander, which plant milk anyone’s coffee needs, or who loves gin & tonic – all of this with a twinkle in the eye.

The book also consists of short and encouraging true stories of eating together, simple recipes, and tips that make it easier to gather around a common table.

Pia Alapeteri is a food influencer, storyteller and an entrepreneur from Helsinki, Finland. She writes medium dry stories about food, wine and a little bit about love, too. Family and friends, food, a sustainable lifestyle and the unique Finnish nature are at the top of her priority list. In her blog, Pia shares memorable food experiences, the results of her experimentative cooking, heartfelt encounters, cottage journal entries and tales from her trips in Finland.

160 pages
Size: 110 x 178 x 24.5 mm
Weight: 250 g
Woven cover
Fillable pages for 21 friends
Stories about eating in together
13 delicious recipes to share with loved ones
Tips for hosting guests.
Language: English, Print only. Printed in Latvia



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Grand Shetland Adventure Knits
44,00 EUR
Mary Jane Mucklestone & Gudrun Johnston Join knitwear designers Mary Jane Mucklestone and Gudrun Johnston for a true Shetland adventure! Their first co-authored book Grand Shetland Adventure Knits is a love letter to these fascinating islands, their nature, traditions and people. It features 14 knitwear patterns that are perfect for a trip to Shetland: from cozy socks and hats to colorwork sweaters.

Short travel stories showcase some of Mary Jane and Gudrun’s favorite places to visit, taking you on an unforgettable journey to a place that — despite its small size and remote location — has had a great impact on the world of knitting.

Mary Jane Mucklestone, also known as MJ, is a knitwear designer, teacher, and author of several knitting books who is based in Maine. She is endlessly enchanted and inspired by Shetland's windswept isles. Her book 200 Fair Isle Motifs is used by The Shetland Peerie Makker's after-school knitting program, which, for MJ, is the equivalent of winning an Oscar!

Gudrun Johnston is a Shetland-born knitwear designer currently based in Massachusetts. She is known for accessible modern-day patterns that are greatly inspired by her heritage. She frequently returns to Shetland, where she loves spending time with her family on the Westside.

200 pages
14 knitting patterns (3 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 1 vest, 2 hats, 2 shawls, 1 cowl, 2 pairs of socks, 1 pair of gloves)
Hardback 
Print only. no download code
Language: English
ISBN: 978-952-7468-81-4
Weight: Approx. 705 g 
Dimensions: 178 x 246 x 22 mm

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HOMEMADE PIZZA BUT BETTER
33,00 EUR
Jukka Salminen
Knitters also love Pizza, don't they ? We are glad to offer you "the Pizza book" published by LAINE:
Homemade Pizza but Better by Jukka Salminen is the go-to guide for every pizza-lover. In his first book, Jukka shows you how to create the ultimate pizza experience in your own home, using tasty ingredients and only a few simple utensils. He gives the reader a detailed look at the most important tools and skills a pizza chef needs, as well as how to handle the basic pizza elements: the dough, the tomato sauce and the toppings. Jukka introduces the reader to traditional pizza styles from Naples to New York, and offers recipes for 6 different pizza doughs as well as 27 delicious pizzas – not to forget the perfect sauces, toppings and drinks!

Jukka “Slicemonger” Salminen is a photographer, musician and pizza enthusiast from Tampere, Finland, who has worked with pizza for several years. The social aspect of pizza-making is also important for Jukka – he thinks cooking and eating together is simply the best thing there is.

This publication contains:
• 192 pages
• Hardback
Language: English, translated by Sami Pulliainen & Sini Kramer
• Weight: approx. 1100 g / 2.4 lb
• Dimensions: 210 x 260 x 23 mm
• Print only, no digital download code available.

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Knits from the LYS
44,00 EUR
A Collection by Espace Tricot Knits from the LYS: A Collection by Espace Tricot captures everything we love about our local yarn stores. Exciting patterns, yarns both familiar and new, and helpful tips on getting the best results.

For over 10 years, Espace Tricot has been the LYS (local yarn store) at the heart of Monkland Village in Montreal, Canada. Serving such a creative, artistic and multicultural community directly inspired this collaborative collection.

Designers and shop owners Stephanie Earp and Naomi Endicott have assembled a range of patterns that offer something for every knitter. The 15 patterns feature a variety of structures, constructions, difficulty levels and techniques. Challenge yourself or stay in your comfort zone — it is up to you!

The book includes designs from the following designers: Stephanie Earp & Naomi Endicott (designs and creative direction), Carolyn Bloom, Olesia Lewyckyj Jarymowycz, Jocelyne Malric, Mona Schmidt, Andie Schmidt and Dianna Walla.

Stephanie Earp was born in Toronto, studied in Chicago, Boston and Kingston, and now lives in Montreal. She came to knitting in her twenties when she mistook a copy of Vogue Knitting for Vogue. She made one of the sweaters from that issue and never looked back. Stephanie’s designs have appeared in many publications.

Naomi Endicott grew up surrounded by knitters and makers, but it wasn’t until she took a Saturday job at the local yarn store that she dared to believe she could have a career in knitting. After completing a Master’s in Knitwear Design, Heritage, and Production in Scotland, she returned to Montreal to set up a dye studio and to work at Espace Tricot.

144 pages
15 knitting patterns (4 sweaters, 3 shawls, 1 cardigan, 1 skirt, 1 vest, 1 pair of socks, 1 pair of mittens, 1 blanket, 1 hat and 1 pair of mitts)
Hardback 
Print only, no download code
Language: English
ISBN: 978-952-7468-84-5
Weight: Approx. 760 g
Dimensions: 211 x 276 x 15 mm
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Knitted Kalevala
37,00 EUR
by Jenna Kostet
Jenna Kostet (@ihtiriekkoknits) is a writer and a knitwear designer known for enchanting patterns, such as the Suolaulu Sweater which has been made by thousands of knitters around the world. She has studied ethnology and folkloristics and has published numerous historical novels and children’s books in Finland. In her knitwear designs, Jenna places importance on the stories, the continuation of traditions and the joy of creativity.

Knitted Kalevala by Jenna Kostet includes 18 knitting patterns – sweaters, cardigans and accessories – inspired by Kalevala. Considered a national epic in Finland, Kalevala contains old poems full of Baltic-Finnic mythology, ancient symbols, mythical creatures and nature. These as well as other Finnish, Scandinavian and Baltic influences can be seen in the decorative colorwork patterns of the designs. They are also a wonderful alternative to the popular Icelandic sweaters.

All of the designs are knitted in one piece and the colorwork only uses two colours at the same time, making them accessible to all levels of knitters. The patterns use a variety of lighter and heavier yarns and include several options for suitable yarns.

  • 176 pages
  • 18 knitting patterns (12 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 2 socks, 1 pair of mittens and 1 hat)
  • Hardback
  • Language: English 
  • Weight: Approx. 530 g / 1.2 lb
  • 188 x 240 x 19.5 mm
  • Print only, digital download code for charts only

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LAINE Magazine
25,00 EUR
Issue No. 1
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Issue one includes:· 116 pages, uncoated,high-quality paper (weight approx. 450 grams)

· 11 knittingpatterns, beautifully photographed and illustrated (designers: Joji Locatelli,Stephen West, Veera Välimäki, Meiju K-P, Susanne Sommer, Suvi Simola, MarianneIsager, Tiina Huhtaniemi, Heidi Alander, Jonna Hietala, for the yarns featuredin this issue, please see the full list below)

· instructionson how to make a cross-stitch bracelet

· along-format story about Joji Locatelli

· an interview with Helga Isager

· a Q&Awith Stephen West

· On theOrigin of Wool - a visit to a local sheep farm

· A story onwool by Megan Elizabeth of Wool Days

· recipes

· a travelguide to Lisbon featuring the best spots to stay, eat and shop
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LAINE Magazine
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Issue No. 11 Let’s say hello to the summer issue!

This issue is like a fresh, gentle breeze after a long winter season with 11 knitting patterns, interesting articles, recipes inspired by Italian summer days, book reviews and more.

Laine 11, Marjoram, includes:

• 148 pages
• 11 knitting patterns, beautifully photographed and illustrated
• an interview with Diane Ivey of Lady Dye Yarns written by Jeanette Sloan
• an article about the knitting app Knitrino
• an article about Yarningham yarn festival written by Jeanette Sloan
• an article about knitting and cognitive skills by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro
• a column by our regular columnist Jeanette Sloan
• seasonal recipes
• book reviews
• Laine Favourites section

Designers featured in this issue: Stella Ackroyd, Christelle Bagea, George Cullen, Jonna Hietala, Gudrun Johnston, Marianne Munier, Paula Pereira, Eri Shimizu, Nataliya Sinelshchikova and Stephen West.

Language: English
No digital download code (the magazine is only available in physical format)
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LAINE Magazine
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Issue No. 12

Laine 12, Hav, includes:

148 pages
13 knitting patterns, beautifully photographed and illustrated
an interview with Judit Gummlich
an article about mYak
an article about the Parkano Spinning Mill in Finland
an article about how crafting can increase social well-being by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro
a column by our regular columnist Jeanette Sloan
seasonal recipes
book reviews
Laine Favourites section.

Designers featured in this issue: Alma Bali, Olga Buraya-Kefelian, Luuanne Chau, Kristin Drysdale, Claudia Eisenkolb, Fabienne Gassmann, Tamy Gore, Dee Hardwicke, Claudia Quintanilla, Jeanette Sloan and Jutta Turunen.

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Issue No. 2
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Laine Spring/Summer 2017 includes:
  • 124 pages uncoated, high-quality paper
  • 11 knitting patterns, beautifully photographed and illustrated
    (designers: Andrea Mowry, Isabell Kraemer, ANKESTRiCK, Caitlin Hunter, Susanne Sommer, Lesley Anne Robinson, Jessica Gore, Biches & Bûches, Anna Johanna, Renate Yerkes, Jonna Hietala) (for the yarns featured in this issue, please see the full list below)
  • instructions on how to make a camera strap by weaving
  • a long-format interview with Andrea Mowry
  • a Q&A with Felicia Lo
  • a story about Tukuwool
  • a story about Biches & Bûches
  • seasonal recipes
  • a travel guide to Helsinki featuring the best spots to stay, eat and shop
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LAINE Magazine
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Issue No. 7
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Issue 7 of LAINE Magazine contains 12 patterns of several designers, recipes and a travel guide London.
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LAINE Magazine
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Issue 9
Issue 9 of LAINE Magazine contains 13 patterns of several designers, recipes and a travel guide Munich.
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LAINE Magazine
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Issue No 10
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LAINE Magazine is back !
Issue 10, Rooted, was shot at the Frantsila Herb Farm in Finland and includes:

- 148 pages 
- 12 knitting patterns from the following designers: Denise Bayron, Aleks Byrd, Maxim Cyr, Midori Hirose, Julie Hoover, Natasja Hornby, Mieka John, Tif Neilan, Rievive, Veera Välimäki and Sylvia Watts-Cherry
- an interview with Denise Bayron
- an article about G-Uld by Lotta Löthgren
- an article about BIPOC in Fiber by Jeanette Sloan
- an article about knitting and well-being by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro
- a column by our regular columnist Jeanette Sloan
- seasonal recipes
- book reviews
- Laine Favourites section
- no digital download code (the magazine is only available in physical format)
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Laine Magazine
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Issue No. 13 In this issue, Laine showcases gender-neutral designs that work as the foundation for any wardrobe. The 11 designs featured in the winter collection are classic and long-lasting; ones that could be borrowed from your spouse’s, friend’s or parent’s closet.

Laine 13, Usnea, includes:
148 pages
10 knitting patterns & 1 crochet pattern, beautifully photographed and illustrated
an interview with Danish knitwear designer Lærke Bagger
an article about June Cashmere
an article about ChiaoGoo
an article about the importance of crafting and creativity by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro
seasonal recipes
book reviews
Laine Favourites section.

Designers featured in this issue: Susan Chin, Susan Crawford, Sidsel Grau Petersen, Midori Hirose, Susanna Kaartinen, Inyoung Kim, Hanna Maciejewska, Mariya Matveeva, Paula Pereira, Maiju Räsänen and Griselda Zárate.

Print only. No digital download code available.
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Laine Magazine
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Issue No. 14

Issue 14, summer 2022, is inspired by the light Nordic summer nights – gentle, delicate and carefree. Our beloved summers are so short and sweet, that even the wee small hours feel too precious to spend asleep. The 10 designs featured in our summer collection embody that summer night’s magic and explore colourwork, texture and delicate details.
148 pages
10 knitting patterns, beautifully photographed and illustrated (both charts and written instructions provided)
an interview with knitwear designer Aleks Byrd whose debut book is published in May 2022 by Laine Publishing
an article about Sisters United
an article about vegan knitting
a column about the challenge of running into a creative rut by our regular columnist Päivi Kankaro
a column about how to find comfort in learning a new craft by our regular columnist Jeanette Sloan
seasonal recipes
book reviews
Laine Favourites section.
Designers featured in this issue: Isabella Clark, Evgeniya Dupliy, Lindsey Fowler, Katrine Hannibal, Ema Marinescu, Claudia Quintanilla, Maria Walters and Sylvia Watts-Cherry.

Printed in Estonia.

ISSN 2489-2254

Print only. No digital download code available.


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Laine Magazine
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Issue No. 15 - black & white coverIssue 15 - the autumn 22 issue - contains beautiful projects by these designers:Jenny Ansah, Jennifer Brou, Weichien Chan (also known as the Petite Knitter), Štěpánka Drchalová, Meiju K-P, Bernice Lim (also known as Yamagara), Hanna Maciejewska, Terri Maue, Olga Putano, Florence Spurling and Yiğitcan Vatansever.

148 pages
12 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 6 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 2 shawls, 1 hat, 1 pair of socks)
an interview with knitwear designer Lindsey Fowler on postpartum depression and how knitting offered her an identity outside motherhood. Lindsey’s debut book, Salt & Timber – Knits from the Northern Coast, is published in August by Laine Publishing.
an article on how sheep help to save endangered biotopes
NEW! Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre – a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Rose Sinclair, an academic researcher, author and lecturer. Rose's PhD research into Dorcas Clubs examines how textile networks can be catalysts for social change.
NEW! Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi explores 5 ways how knitting can be used as a tool for change.
NEW! Where I Knit – a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot, and talking about crafting in their everyday lives.
seasonal recipes to inspire your autumn cooking
book reviews.
ISSN 2489-2254.
Printed in Estonia.
Print only. No digital download code available.
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Laine Magazine
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Issue No. 15 - colored cover
Issue 15 - the autumn 22 issue - contains beautiful projects by these designers:Jenny Ansah, Jennifer Brou, Weichien Chan (also known as the Petite Knitter), Štěpánka Drchalová, Meiju K-P, Bernice Lim (also known as Yamagara), Hanna Maciejewska, Terri Maue, Olga Putano, Florence Spurling and Yiğitcan Vatansever.

  • 148 pages
  • 12 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 6 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 2 shawls, 1 hat, 1 pair of socks)
  • an interview with knitwear designer Lindsey Fowler on postpartum depression and how knitting offered her an identity outside motherhood. Lindsey’s debut book, Salt & Timber – Knits from the Northern Coast, is published in August by Laine Publishing.
  • an article on how sheep help to save endangered biotopes
  • NEW! Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre – a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Rose Sinclair, an academic researcher, author and lecturer. Rose's PhD research into Dorcas Clubs examines how textile networks can be catalysts for social change.
  • NEW! Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi explores 5 ways how knitting can be used as a tool for change.
  • NEW! Where I Knit – a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot, and talking about crafting in their everyday lives.
  • seasonal recipes to inspire your autumn cooking
  • book reviews.
  • ISSN 2489-2254.
  • Printed in Estonia.
  • Print only. No digital download code available.


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Laine Magazine
25,50 EUR
Issue No. 16

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Laine Magazine Issue 16 is the Winter 2022/23 issue and includes 11 patterns by these designers:

Fiona Alice, Rachel Brockman, Dee Hardwicke, Thien-Kieu Lam, Lotta H Löthgren, Rosa Pomar, Yan Qian, Eri Shimizu, Anna Strandberg and Orlane Sucche.

No. 16 has
148 pages
11 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 5 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 2 shawls, 1 waistcoat, 1 pair of socks.
an interview with Elaine Tom – learn how she became the trusted test knitter for many designers, knitting around 40 sweaters a year!
an article on how the Craft Museum of Finland preserves cultural heritage and inspires the crafters of today.
NEW! Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre – a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Lorraine Amagove Mugere, a Kenyan knitwear and crochet designer.
NEW! Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi explores how you can keep your favourite knits around for longer by taking care of them the right way.
NEW! Where I Knit – a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot, and talking about crafting in their everyday lives. In this issue, we meet a knitter in Indonesia.
seasonal recipes to inspire your winter cooking
book reviews

Printed in Estonia
Print only. No digital download code available.

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Laine Magazine
27,00 EUR
Issue 17 Issue 17 is the Summer 2023 issue and includes:

11 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 4 sweaters, 3 cardigans, 1 top, 2 shawls and 1 pair of socks.
An interview with the French designer and debut author Cinthia Vallet, known for her charming knitted animals. Cinthia talks about her design process and the joy that toy-making can bring to adult knitters.
An article about an Australian sheep farmer who shepherds a flock of Finnsheep 15,000 kilometres from their homeland.
Jeanette Sloan’s Fibre Talk: a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Lissy and Rudi Robinson-Cole, a couple making crochet art inspired by their Māori heritage.
Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi gathers experts’ tips on how you can start designing your own knitwear patterns!
Where I Knit: a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot. In this issue, we meet a Finnish knitter who likes to knit in nature.
Seasonal recipes to inspire your summer cooking: tomato confit, lemon fizz mocktail and almond pavlovas.
Book reviews.

Designers featured in this issue: Julia Disini, Rastus Hsu, Elena Solier Jansà, Pauliina Leisti, Veronika Lindberg, Marie Régnier, Jacquline Rivera, Lene Tøsti, Maija Vasala, Pope Vergara and Thea Vesterby.

148 pages, no download code
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Laine Magazine
27,00 EUR
Issue No. 18

Issue 18, Autumn 2023, includes:

11 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 5 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 1 slipover, 1 shawl, 1 hat and 1 pair of mittens.
An interview with the American knitwear designer and fashion historian Sydney Crabaugh, who specialises in vintage knits and runs her own virtual knitting school.
An article about Shetland and its knitting traditions, with two inspiring designers — Gudrun Johnston and Mary Jane Mucklestone — as our guides.
Jeanette Sloan’s Fibre Talk: a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Tanis “Akutuq” Simpson, whose company produces yarn from qiviut: a fibre that comes from the under­coat of the muskox.
Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro, who gathers experts’ tips on mending your knits.
Where I Knit: a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot. In this issue, we meet Nora, who likes to knit on the rooftop of her home in Cologne, Germany.
Seasonal recipes to inspire your autumn cooking.
Book reviews.
No download code
Designers featured in this issue: Jenny Ansah, Marcela Chang, Melissa Clulow, Emma Ducher, Jenna Kostet, Ksenia Naidyon, Olga Putano, Tiia Reho, Anna Sjösvärd and Julia Wilkens.

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Laine Magazine
27,00 EUR
Issue No. 19

Issue 19, Winter 2024, includes:


148 pages
11 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 4 sweaters, 1 cardigan, 2 vests, 1 skirt, 1 shawl, 1 hat, 1 pair of socks.
An interview with the Japanese artist Tomomi Mimura, who uses basic darning stitches to embroider charming animal characters.
An article about the American sheep shearer Pony Jacobson, and why this age-old craft is vital both for sheep’s health and the textile industry.
Jeanette Sloan’s Fibre Talk: A regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Sari Monroy, a fibre artist and writer who draws on her Mayan Kaqchikel heritage.
Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro, who explores what kind of skills knitters should practise to increase their brain health.
Where I Knit: a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot. In this issue, we meet Atia, who knits in her beautiful London living room.
Seasonal recipes to inspire your winter cooking
Book reviews.

Designers featured in this issue: Alexandra Atepaeva, Jennifer Brou, Maxim Cyr, Ronja Hakalehto, Helga Isager, Pauliina Leisti, Agata Mackiewicz, Yukie Onodera, Marie Régnier, Jacqueline van Dillen and Veera Välimäki.

Weight: Approx 500 g / 1.1 lbs
Dimensions: 280 X 210 X 10 mm
Print only. No digital download code available.

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Making Memories
33,00 EUR
Timeless Children's Knits "Making Memories: Timeless Knits for children"  is a charming collection by Claudia Quintanilla. It includes 25 knits for children — from cardigans, sweaters and two cosy blankets to smaller pieces, like socks and mittens. The majority of patterns are graded from newborns to 10-year-olds and feature various yarns as well as knitting techniques. What about a colourwork pullover, an all-over lace scarf or an embroidered cardigan? The classic knits combined with the dreamy photography and playful illustrations create a children’s knitwear book unlike anything seen in this genre before.

Claudia Quintanilla is a yarn shop owner and knitwear designer based in Toronto, Canada. Originally from El Salvador, Claudia found the colder climate of Canada to be the perfect setting for knitting. However, it wasn’t until she stayed at home to care for her young daughter, that she found the rare combination of pleasure, tranquility and passion in knitting. This journey culminated in the founding of her Toronto-based brick-and-mortar yarn shop, Eweknit & Craft. Making Memories is her second book.

184 pages
25 knitting patterns (9 sweaters, 7 cardigans, 1 vest, 2 socks, 1 scarf, 1 pair of mitterns, 1 pair of fingerless mitts, 1 hat, 2 blankets)
Hardback with fabric cover, Print only, no digital download code available
Weight: Approx. 700 g / 1.55 lb
Dimensions: 196 x 231 x 20 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-65-4
Printed in Latvia
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Mouche & friends
30,00 EUR
Seamless Toys to knit and love
Mouche & Friends is Cinthia Vallet’s debut book that includes patterns for 12 knitted toy animals, plus their garments and accessories. Come meet Mouche the Bear and his lovely friends: Henri the Orangutan, Agi the Sheep, Billie the Raccoon, and others! 

Cinthia’s toy-making process is unique and totally seamless. The animals are knitted with natural fibres and worked in the round, starting from the nose and knitting down to the feet — growing a toy rather than building it. It is fascinating to see how these little creatures come alive while knitting.

The book is meant for knitters of all kinds. Cinthia walks her readers through the techniques step-by-step with clear, illustrated tutorials, which makes knitting easy and enjoyable. She also shares her tips on working small circumferences, picking yarns and preparing a toolbox for toy-making.

Mouche & Friends: Seamless Toys to Knit and Love is more than a knitting book. It is a charming imaginary world filled with love and friendship, waiting to welcome you.

“With this book, I’d like to offer you a poetic break that conveys the spirit of childhood; an enchanted digression where you allow yourself to dream and play,” Cinthia says.

Cinthia Vallet is a designer living in Nantes, France, with her husband, four children and furry companions. She is known for her charming, seamlessly knitted toy animals. They started to take shape in her mind after she discovered the magic of seamless knitting, and her first pattern was published in 2018. Cinthia realised that if you can make a sock and shape a heel, then you can also shape a little animal directly on the needles.

With an aesthetic rooted in her passion for children’s literature, Cinthia develops her characters as an illustrator would do, but with wool and three dimensions. She gives each one a name, a story, a little soul and a lot of herself.

216 pages
Patterns for 12 knitted toy animals, plus their garments & accessories
Paperback (Print only, no digital download code available.) 
Author: Cinthia Vallet
Weight: Approx. 605 g
Dimensions: 192 x 225 x 20 mm

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My knitting notes - blue
19,95 EUR
SOLD OUT - this book is available in the colourways beige and messing

My knitting notes is a classic, elegant notebook for knitters. This journal helps to collect and organise past and future knitting projects in a beautiful way.

The notebook includes:
• space for 31 knitting projects (each project consists of 4 pages), 6 pages for keeping track of your yarn purchases, 18 gridded pages, e.g. for charts or colourwork sketches, a knitting needle sizes and conversions table, the most common abbreviations
• 156 uncoated, high-quality pages (+ 4 cover pages)
• woven book cover, ribbon place marker
• weight: 360 g, dimensions: 21,5 cm (8.5") x 15,5 cm (6.25") x 2 cm (0.75").
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My knitting notes - beige
19,95 EUR
My knitting notes is a classic, elegant notebook for knitters. This journal helps to collect and organise past and future knitting projects in a beautiful way.

The notebook includes:
• space for 31 knitting projects (each project consists of 4 pages), 6 pages for keeping track of your yarn purchases, 18 gridded pages, e.g. for charts or colourwork sketches, a knitting needle sizes and conversions table, the most common abbreviations
• 156 uncoated, high-quality pages (+ 4 cover pages)
• woven book cover, ribbon place marker
• weight: 360 g, dimensions: 21,5 cm (8.5") x 15,5 cm (6.25") x 2 cm (0.75").
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Neons & Neutrals
33,00 EUR
A Knitwear Collection A Knitwear Collection is the sequel to Aimée's immensely popular first book Worsted, it is an eclectic collection of 16 patterns that invites crafters to combine yarn in new and unexpected ways across brands and bases.

The collection celebrates solidarity and cooperation: to showcase the many talented people in the knitting community, Aimée has put together a collection of not only patterns from designers around the world, but yarns from a variety of producers and dyers. All of them work beautifully together and different sizes and price points have also been taken into account.

The book features designs by the following designers: Inese Sang, Maaike van Geijn, Karen Cronje, Anna Husemann, Layla Yang, Caitlyn Turowski, Cecelia Campochiaro, Valerie Ng, Maysa Tomikawa, Florence Spurling, Lotta H Löthgren, Brandi Cheyenne Harper, Marie Régnier, Susan Chin, Brienne Moody and Julia Wilkens.
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Observations: Knits and Essays from the Forest
35,00 EUR
Lotta H Löthgren Observations: Knits and Essays from the Forest is a knitted walk through the forest and the seasons. With a keen eye for the innate wonders of the natural world, Lotta H Löthgren combines knitwear designs with notes on the landscape she calls home: a small village in the southeast of Sweden, nestled among forests and lakes. There, she spends her days writing, knitting, designing knitwear and hand-dyeing yarn.

Observations includes nine knitwear patterns for long-lasting, wearable garments and accessories, along with essays about living a life close to nature. The patterns have been created in a quiet conversation with the land, drawing elements from the natural world and translating them into stitches and fabric.

200 pages
9 knitting patterns (3 sweaters, 1 cardigan, 1 vest, 1 short-sleeved sweater, 1 shawl, 1 hat, 1 pair of socks)
Sweaters and cardigans fit at least a 152 cm / 60″ bust, all accessory patterns come in 3 sizes
Hardback, swiss binding
Print only, no download code
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 700 g
Dimensions: 172 x 246 x 22 mm
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SALT & TIMBER
33,00 EUR
Knits From The Northern Coast Lindsey Fowler’s knitwear collection Salt & Timber is inspired by the Pacific Northwestern coast. This visually stunning book features 15 cozy designs that are intuitive and easy to knit. The patterns – including socks, shawls, sweaters, hats, mitts, and even a blanket – offer thoughtful details, opportunities to make the most of your yarn stash and ways to customize the garments to fit your style.

Lindsey Fowler lives in Northeast Ohio, USA, with her high school sweetheart, her twins, her old mutt, and a cat. As a designer, Lindsey likes working with textures and finding new takes on classics. She is continuously inspired by nature, architecture, and traditional handicrafts. Salt & Timber is Lindsey’s debut book.

SALT & TIMBER: Knits From The Northern Coast
160 pages
15 knitting patterns (5 scarves, 4 socks, 2 hats, 1 sweater, 1 cardigan, 1 pair of fingerless mitts, 1 blanket)
Both charts and written instructions provided
Hardback
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 500 g / 1.1 lb
185 x 246 x 19 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-18-0
Printed in Latvia
This product is print only, no digital download code available. 
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Sticken auf Strick
44,00 EUR
by Judit Gummlich This is the German version of "Embroidery on Knits" - we also offer the English original
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Strands of Joy
33,00 EUR
Anna Johanna

Anna Johanna is a knitwear designer from Muurame, Central Finland. She is known for her often-romantic knits with much love for details, textures and colours. Since 2020, this former statistician has been designing full-time. Strands of Joy is her debut book. It features 20 versatile colorwork patterns, including sweaters and cardigans as well as an elegant dress, a warming hat and a kid's pullover. The patterns are worked seamlessly from top down. Cast on a mindless two-colour project or let your mind find peace in more complicated knits that require you to stay focused. Adult sweater and cardigan patterns come in 9–12 sizes and all are graded to fit up to a 62" bust at minimum.


The book contains:
- 176 pages
- 20 colorwork knitting patterns (10 sweaters, 7 cardigans, 1 dress, 1 hat, 1 kid's pullover)
- hardcover
- size: 205 x 270 x 19 mm
- weight: approx. 900 g / 2 lb
- print only, no digital download code available
- language: English








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Textured Knits
44,00 EUR
Paula Pereira
Textured Knits by Brazilian knitwear designer Paula Pereira is a thoughtfully curated collection of contemporary and timeless handknits. Cables, colourwork, embroidery and lace are used either as details, or the whole design is knitted in a textural stitch pattern. The result is a versatile knitwear collection that features stunning yet delicate elements. In true Laine-style, the knits are photographed and presented beautifully creating a publication that promises to be a true classic.
The book includes sweaters, cardigans, shawls, and a pair of socks. The 20 fascinating patterns feature a variety of inventive ways to combine different textures, such as cables, colorwork, and embroidery. The result is a versatile knitwear collection that features stunning yet delicate elements.

Paula Pereira is a Brazilian knitwear designer. She is currently based in Luanda, Angola, where she lives with her husband. Paula is constantly inspired by the textures, colors, and motifs she sees around her, especially in architecture and art, which she then turns into stitches. Textured Knits is Paula’s debut book.

224 pages
20 knitting patterns (14 sweaters, 3 cardigans - graded to fit up to a 62" / 157 cm chest - 1 pair of socks, 2 shawls)
Hardback, no digital download code
Weight: Approx. 1044 g / 2.3 lb
Dimensions: 211 x 278 x 24.5 mm
Printed in Latvia.




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Traditions Revisited: Modern Estonian Knits
35,00 EUR
ALEKS BYRD
For a small country on the Baltic Sea, Estonia’s tradition and love for handicraft greatly surpasses its size. Estonian knitting is all about techniques, embellishment and regionality. Each knit tells a story about the knitter and where they live. Aleks Byrd's book Traditions Revisited – Modern Estonian Knits is an introduction to Estonian knitting, both traditional and traditional-inspired. It includes 19 patterns, ranging from mittens to sweaters, that blend seamlessly with modern knitting styles.

Aleks Byrd – whose roots are in Estonia, Canada and the USA – is a knitwear designer based in Bath, UK. In addition to knitwear design, she works as an illustrator and teaches Estonian knitting techniques around the world. In her designs, tradition and Aleks’ own, graphic style meet. With her book, Aleks wants to make traditional Estonian techniques accessible to everyone while at the same time building a bridge between Estonian knitters and the international knitting community.

216 pages
19 knitting patterns (10 sweaters, 1 cardigan, 1 dress, 1 vest, 2 shawls, 1 cowl, 1 hat, 1 pair of socks, 1 fingerless mitts pattern, 1 mittens pattern)
All sweaters and cardigans come in 10 sizes and fit a bust circumference from approximately 32" up to 66" at minimum
Detailed, illustrated tutorials for 5 traditional Estonian knitting techniques
Both charts and written instructions provided
Hardback
Language: English (also available in Finnish)
Weight: Approx. 1080 g / 2.4 lb
205 x 270 x 27 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-09-8
Printed in Latvia
Print only, no digital download code available.
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Worsted - A Knitwear Collection
30,00 EUR
Curated by Aimée Gille of La Bien Aimée
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Worsted – A Knitwear Collection Curated by Aimée Gille of La Bien Aimée is a knitwear collection featuring 14 patterns by 10 incredible designers. The designers all have their unique style and speak to many kinds of knitters. Now they come together to form a beautifully cohesive collection. You can find garments such as sweaters and cardigans and accessories like shawls and hats, with techniques ranging from stripes and stranded colourwork to cables and textured stitch patterns.

Aimée Gille was born and raised in Kansas, the United States, and later moved to France, where her passion for knitting was reignited. In Paris, where she now lives with her family, she first opened L’OisiveThé, a wonderful knitting café, and later La Bien Aimée, a yarn company whose gorgeous hand-dyed yarns are sold worldwide.

With Worsted, Aimée wanted to create a tangible way to connect with people through
knitting and bring joy. During the challenges of the last 18 months, Aimée found comfort in immersing herself in creating a new yarn base, Corrie Worsted, and inspired by it, all of the designs in the book are worked in worsted weight yarn.

In Aimée’s own words: “I hope that you will welcome the adventure of casting on a new project from this book with perhaps some of that beloved yarn you have curated for your stash or why not go on a yarn escapade and mix Corrie Worsted with other yarns.”

160 pages
14 knitting patterns (5 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 1 poncho, 3 shawls, 2 cowls, 1 beanie) using worsted weight yarn
Editor: Aimée Gille
Hardback
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 650 g / 1.4 lb
Dimensions: 190 x 225 x 17 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-04-3
Print only, no digital download code available.

Sweaters and cardigans are graded into various sizes, reaching from size 1 (30” / 75 cm bust circ.) to at least size 8 (or 65” / 165 cm bust circumference).

This book features designs by the following designers: Nadia Crétin-Léchenne, Stephen West, Sylvia Watts-Cherry, Andrea Mowry, Tif Neilan, Saysha Greene, Norah Gaughan, Maxim Cyr, Nancy Marchant and Thien-Kieu Lam.

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Strands of Joy
44,00 EUR
Vol. II

PRE-ORDER => Release day is March 28th and we will ship it then.
ATTENTION => If you order more items together with the book we will ship everything together end of March

Strands of Joy Vol. II

Strands of Joy II is the highly anticipated sequel to Anna Johanna’s popular first book. This new collection is themed around big colorwork patterns and untreated wool yarn. The book contains 17 knitting patterns ranging from sweaters and cardigans to accessories. All the designs have been inspired by Anna Johanna’s youth, sprinkling the modern knits with a dash of nostalgia for the turn of the millennium.

“Spend a bit of time with me reminiscing, get lost in your own memories and knit new ones into the stitches on your needles. That is what knits do, after all — carry memories with them.”

Anna Johanna is a knitwear designer from Jyväskylä, Central Finland. She is known for her often-romantic knits with much love for details, textures and colors. Since 2020, this former statistician has been designing full-time. Anna Johanna’s debut book, Strands of Joy, was published in 2021.

176 pages
17 patterns: 7 sweaters, 5 cardigans, 2 pairs of socks, 1 cowl, 1 pair of mittens and 1 pair of fingerless mitts.
Hardback
Ribbon place marker
Language: English
Weight: Approx. 915 g / 2 lb
Dimensions: 213 x 276 x 19 mm

Patterns for sweaters and cardigans come in 8–12 sizes. All are graded to fit up to a 62" /bust at minimum.

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