Explore lively knits for warm months in the Summer 2017 issue of knitscene. In the Dream Team story, you’ll find happy knit tank tops that feature stripes, yarns for warm weather, and flexibility for active summer sports and pastimes. There’s even a super-cute pair of shorts! The Greenery story ventures into projects inspired by the Pantone Color of 2017 (of the same name), whether that means by the *LITERAL* Greenery color, or by the verdant flora of summer. Shawls, tops, and a farmer’s market bag keep things crisp as a cool summer morning. The Let’s Go to Brunch! story includes projects designed by Interweave staffers—a handful of folks designed their ideal summer projects that are simple, stylish, and perfect for daily excursions.
A new column from knitwear designer Melissa Leapman delves into basic colorwork with stripes, mirroring those in the Dream Team story. The Great Graftsby (Joni Coniglio) thoroughly explains exactly how to graft two edges of lace knitting together—seamlessly, invisibly, and in-pattern. Her clear and concise explanation is easily understandable by both advanced knitters and those grafting for the first time. A book excerpt pattern from Garter Stitch Revival (Interweave, 2017) yields a dynamic summer shawl, and finally we get to peer into the world of the young blog and movement that is Our Maker Life.
Check out vibrant knits, straightforward technical articles, and refreshing vibes with knitscene Summer 2017.