Amirisu - Issue 25
29,00 EUR
This issue features twelve knitwear designs created with special attention to silhouette and pattern in subdued shades. Photographs were taken on location at the recently renovated Kyoto City KYOCERA Art Museum. Paired with the magnificent architecture of the museum, each design is truly a work of art.

Participating designers: Alice Caetano / Bérangère Cailliau / Bristol Ivy / Hiromi Nagasawa / Karel Chan / Ksenia Naidyon / Miki Teragaki / Miyuki Watanabe / Paula Pereira / Ronja Hakalehto / Teti Lutsak & amirisu

Feature: Special Interviews on Fashion &KnittingWe talk to designers and business owners who have combined their passion for handknitting, fashion, and creativity to create successful businesses.
Plus, a project from Lori Ann Graham, a machine-quilted cushion cover project, an introduction to kintsugi, and more!
A4 size, 130 pages
Download Code: A Ravelry download code for the entire magazine is printed on an inserted card.
Printed in Japan.
DELTA Bucket Tote
299,00 EUR
Available in different colors
Edition 3
7,95 EUR
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Hiberknitting 3
24,00 EUR
Hiberknitting Number 3 from Stephen West is a collection of eight new patterns for FIngering, DK and Worsted weight yarn, including a sweater, jacket, socks, two hats, cowl, two scarves, including the 2022 Hiberknitalong pattern, the Aurora Cabin Shawl, make up this cosy collection. This beautiful book is filled with artistic collages. Stephen has again collaborated with German visual artist Stefan Gunnesch to reimagine the knitwear of Hiberknitting in mixed-media collage, opening the book with a gallery of multi-dimensional images that give Westknits fans a peep into Stephen's knitted fantasy.

Patterns in the Hiberknitting 3 collection:

Aurora Cabin Hat, Aurora Cabin Shawl, Painting Columns Cowl, Painting Columns Hat, Painting Columns Jacket, Painting Columns Scarf, Painting Columns Socks, Painting Columns Sweater

Size: A5 (5.8 x 8.3” / 148 x 210 mm), 95 pages
Format: softcover book

Each copy includes a digital download code
Isager
19,00 EUR
Available in different colors
Jensen Yarn
19,00 EUR
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Knitted Kalevala
37,00 EUR
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

Merilin
8,75 EUR
Available in different colors
MINIPOM
25,00 EUR
A collection of 11 versatile knitting and crochet patterns for kids aged 0-10, Mini Pom reimagines classic grown-up patterns from the archives of Pom Pom for our tiny friends, as well as some just-for-kids designs, all in the fun and modern style we’re known for.

Softcover, 140 pages, download code
PAMPA
160,00 EUR
Available in different colors
POM POM Magazine
22,00 EUR
Great knits are like great art because they make us think differently, and the process of making can be even more revelatory! Showing us how we can look to, and beyond, our horizons when it comes to craft, the 43rd issue of Pom Pom Quarterly is inspired by the work of women artists Etel Adnan and Hilma af Klint.
Ready Set Socks
26,00 EUR
There’s nothing quite like the lush, cosy feeling of handknitted socks! Quick and satisfying to make, small and portable, socks remain one of the most frequently handknit items today.

A collaboration with legendary sock maven Rachel Coopey, Ready Set Socks is our ultimate guide to sock-making! Get ready to experiment, discover the magic that is turning a heel, and become a seasoned sock knitter- it's an exploration of sock designs for new and advanced knitters alike.

The book includes ten unique patterns in both 4-ply / fingering and DK-weight versions. From simple and speedy stocking and ribbed socks, to fancy mosaic knitting colour combinations, you’ll be sure to find your perfect pair with this compendium of patterns to come back to again and again.
SANTA CRUZ
220,00 EUR
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Sock Lite
28,00 EUR
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Spinni
9,25 EUR
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The Knitted Fabric
37,00 EUR
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.
Zauberball Staerke 6
20,95 EUR
Available in different colors