Our February issue of Let’s Knit is all about comfy, casual knits – for you, your favourite little ones, and your home, too!
Let It Flow is our philosophy for February and the name of our collection of easy-wear garments. Think lovely loose shapes, flattering lines and total comfort – for wearing at home, while also stylish enough to wear out. It’s just what is called for at this time of year. We’re also cherishing the little people in our lives with soft ribbed socks for their perfect tootsies and cute motif tops, not forgetting three official Harry Potter dolls for any wannabe wizards! If you’re looking to knit more for less (and who doesn’t?) we’ve worked out 20 ways you can save, plus we have a couple of impressive one-ball projects to bust through your stash. If you’re intrigued by the world of hand-dyed yarns, from how it‘s done to where to buy, check out our fresh round up to bring you up to speed. We’re also carrying on with our awesome Animal Magic blanket knitalong, and it’s not too late to join in the fun. It’s one of the many projects that is ideal for the ‘10 Mindful Minutes’ of knitting a day that we are championing – don’t forget, knitting is good for you!
Take a look inside the Let’s Knit February issue…
In this issue
This collection of characterful finger puppets by Sachiyo Ishii will provide hours of play, and you’ll find the selection of bonus outfit patterns inside the issue, too!
Look forward to spring with this collection of soft textured knits featuring Rowan’s delectable yarns, including two dashing designs for men.
We’re so thrilled to bring you Harry, Hermione and Ron from Tanis Gray’s latest book Harry Potter Knitting Magic: New Patterns from Hogwarts and Beyond published by Pavilion (pavilion.com)
Photographs by Ted Thomas
Give our quick one-ball projects a go! They’ll declutter your stash, brighten up your home and make welcome practical pressies!
Knit Val Pierce’s fluffy kitten Mia to fit in your carry bag from part one for soft cuddles and a friend for life (without the allergies!) She’ll hone your intarsia skills, too.
We just had to show off this simply scrumptious cardi by Jane Burns, knitted in the round with raglan sleeves and a self-speckled yoke – it’s a piece of cake!
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