Knitting Traditions 2017

Knitting Traditions 2017

Knitting Traditions 2017 (special issue of PieceWork magazine) – Interweave Press

Knit 18 projects inspired by the 19th century. Learn the history of this era in each article plus knitting projects that match.

Travel back in time with Knitting Traditions 2017! This issue takes you to the Great Exhibition of 1851, an event that inspired World's Fairs for more than a century. 

Start your tour at the Crystal Palace, in the "World's Fair" story, where you can read about new knitting technology and the world's first licensed female pilot, Elise Raymonde de Laroche; then knit some steampunk gear. 

In "Curiosities," explore the world from your armchair. Writers and designers reveal the wonders of ancient Egypt, nineteenth-century Scotland, and other exotic places. 

Then enter William Morris's workshop in "Knight on the Town." These medieval-inspired knits will fill your wardrobe with pre-Industrial craftsmanship.
From a steampunk sweater to floral and vine mitts you can knit 18 timeless projects with Knitting Traditions, Fall 2017.

Publisher:  Interweave Press, August 2017

NOTE TO CANADIAN WHOLESALE CUSTOMERS:  Wholesale pricing applies to 3 or more copies per issue.  Otherwise, full retail prices apply.

Price per Unit (piece): $20.95

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