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  1. Knit Now Magazine #111

    Knit Now Magazine #111

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    This month's issue of Knit Now Magazine #111 gives you plenty of tips and tricks ideas and inspiration from amazing industry experts.

    Features & Benefits

    • Packed with 20 stunning project ideas for knitters in 2020
    • Colourful Yarn inspiration
    • Exclusive collection of Brand-new Modern Designs
    • Fab easy to follow patterns and step-by-step guides
    • Expert Advice on a Variety of Knitwear
    • Socks made simple with Winwick Mum
    • Includes subscription offers and competitions

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  2. Crochet Now issue 16

    Your Crochet and Knitting issue 14

    BUMPER PACK OF YARN IN 8 SHADES, 3.5MM PLASTIC KNITTING NEEDLES, 3MM METAL CROCHET HOOK

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    Special Price £5.99

    Our fourteenth issue of Your Crochet and Knitting brings you lots of colourful projects to crochet and knit with your yarn kit and step-by-step guides to help you - as well as knitting needles and crochet hook so you can start making straight away!

    We have lots of exclusive and beginner-friendly makes, including our official crochet and knitted Shaun the Sheep toys, bonus patterns for the more adventurous, and some last-minute gift inspiration!

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  3. Knit Now issue 110

    Knit Now issue 110

    Chunky Circular Needles & Deramores Chunky Pattern Supplement

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    There’s nothing quite like snuggling up in your own hand-knitted jumper on a frosty morning, is there? This is definitely the time of year when we feel pretty smug that we’re knitters! We’re fully embracing the cosy vibes this month, with lots of warm garments and snuggly accessories. You’ll love the Holbrook pullover, which uses a simple Merino yarn held together with a super-soft mohair to create a beautifully soft texture without losing stitch definition.

    We’re getting very close to Christmas now! We certainly won’t be starting any big projects as gifts, but there might still be time to squeeze in a couple of quick knits. You’ll find lots of ideas in our Chunky Knits supplement but there’s plenty to choose from here in your magazine too. The Snowfall Wristwarmers will make a great gift for grown-ups, and the adorable Sooty puppet is perfect for little ones.

    There’s plenty to read in this issue too, so you don’t need to get your needles out just yet. We chatted with Sara from one of my favourite yarn shops, Black Sheep Wools and we’re super excited to announce the shortlist for the Knitter of the Year competition! Speaking of competitions, we’ve got a massive winter giveaway in this issue, with over £2,000 of woolly prizes to be won.

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  4. Crochet Now issue 16

    Your Crochet and Knitting issue 13

    BUMPER PACK OF YARN IN 8 SHADES, 3.5MM PLASTIC KNITTING NEEDLES, 3MM METAL CROCHET HOOK, FELT SQUARE

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    Our thirteenth issue of Your Crochet and Knitting brings you LOTS of fun, quick and easy projects to crochet and knit with your yarn kit, as well knitting needles and crochet hook so you can start making straight away - and a felt square for you to make your own Clanger!

    We bring you lots of exclusive and beginner-friendly makes for you, your loved ones or your home, including our official crochet and knitted Clangers t toys so you can spread the nostalgia! The magazine also features step-by-step tutorials and basic guides in crochet and knitting, ideal for the beginner or return crafter.

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  5. Knit Now issue 109

    Knit Now issue 109

    Snuggly Santa knit kit Crafting for Christmas supplement book

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    This month we’re getting in the festive mood, with lots of gift ideas for all the family. Whether you fancy knitting a classic Christmas stocking to leave at the end of your bed for Father Christmas or a sweet seasonally-dressed Hello Kitty to sit on your mantlepiece or hang on your tree, we’ve got you covered. If you want to cast on now, you can knit this month’s super-sweet Snuggly Santa.

    Knits at this time of year don’t all have to be fully festive. Lots of us are knitting gifts that we hope will be worn all year round, so we’ve picked some fantastic patterns for you to choose from. Deputy Editor Liam chose the Lars sweater by Arne and Carlos as his pick for the discerning gent in your life. If you’re on a deadline, why no cast on one of this issue’s chunky knits? I love the Just Be Me jumper and I knitted the Hygge beanie myself in under an hour!

    Not sure what to knit first? Put the kettle on, grab a mince pie and sit down for a good read. If you want to make the most of your stash, check out our top tips. We chatted to Becky Dodman about her colourful woolly wedding, which is a must-read! This month we’re also launching the Knitter of the Year competition, our annual celebration of our favourite people in the knitting community, so don’t forget to put in your nominations.

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  6. Crochet Now issue 16

    Your Crochet and Knitting issue 12

    BUMPER PACK OF YARN IN 6 SHADES, 3.5MM PLASTIC KNITTING NEEDLES, 3MM METAL CROCHET HOOK

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    Special Price £3.99

    Our twelfth issue of Your Crochet and Knitting brings you quick and easy projects to crochet and knit with your yarn kit, as well as the knitting needles and crochet hook so you can start making straight away.

    We bring you exclusive and beginner-friendly makes for your little ones, your home or just for you, including our official crochet and knitted Magic Roundabout toys so you can spread the nostalgia! The magazine also features step-by-step tutorials and basic guides in crochet and knitting, ideal for the beginner or return crafter.

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  7. Knit Now issue 108

    Knit Now issue 108

    Official Shaun the Sheep bumper yarn kit & 34 Quick Knits supplement

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    Special Price £3.99

    Do you believe there is such a thing a ‘knitting season’? I definitely knit all year round, but even this dedicated wool addict feels a thrill when the days start getting shorter and the cosy jumpers can come out of hiding. Well, if knitting season exists, we’re well and truly in the thick of it now, so it’s time to embrace the chill in the air, burst out the chunky yarn and cast on some Christmas gifts!

    We’re got plenty of gift-worthy patterns to choose from in this issue, from the clever Winter Dreams pullover which uses simple raglan shaping to create Christmas tree motifs, to our quick and easy Christmas pudding-inspired tea cosy. Your knitting doesn’t all have to be festive-themed at this time of year though. There’s no better time to cast on a classic cable pullover or a simple pair of socks. As ever, if you’re thinking of treating yourself to some yarn, keep your eye our for the yellow boxes throughout the magazines for some fab discounts.

    Not sure what to knit first? Why not put your feet up and have a good read while you’re making your mind up? I’m excited to tell you all about this year’s Knitter of the Year awards – we’re revealing this year’s yarn sponsor. There’s a fascinating feature on the history of wool and I loved finding out all about one of my favourite indie dyers, The Wool Kitchen.

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  8. Knit Now issue 107

    Knit Now issue 107

    Rudy & Belle Reindeer Knit Kit

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    This month we’re stepping up the Christmas knitting with quick makes and stylish idea for all the family. Our official Elmer the Elephant toy pattern will be the perfect gift for your little ones to unwrap on Christmas morning. If you want to make a really special gift for a mum and daughter, take a look at the beautiful Novita stranded pullover pattern. Novita is Finland’s favourite knitting company and I couldn’t be more excited that its yarn is now available here in the UK – you can find out why I love it so much inside.

    Knit a pair of adorable reindeer with your exclusive knit kit, complete with their very own festive wardrobe! If you’re not a fan of knitting toys though, don’t worry – we’ve got two more exclusive patterns to choose from using your yarn kit. I’m so torn between whether I want to knit the cosy festive hat or the cool geometric mitts. I’d love to see your makes – don’t forget to share your photo with us on Facebook and Instagram if you knit anything from this issue.

    If you’re not sure what to cast on first, don’t worry – as ever, we’ve got lots of interesting features to read, so pour yourself a cuppa, grab a slice of cake and have a flick through this issue. I loved finding out all about Debonnaire yarn and I always enjoy finding out what’s new in knitting. For even more pattern inspiration, don’t miss my top picks for Christmas gifts.

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  9. Knit Now issue 106

    Knit Now issue 106

    Knitmas Supplement book & Official Wallace & Gromit tin and stitch markers

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    The key word for this issue is layering – with the weather so unpredictable, we need plenty of versatile knits. Our cover garment by Lana Jois is the perfect garment for taking you from the warmer to the cooler months – it’s easy to layer it over a vest when it’s warm or a long-sleeves top as the weather turns chilly. Of course, a woolly accessory is a girl’s best friend in the autumn and there are plenty to choose from this month – but as a Fair-Isle fanatic, I’ve got to tip my hat to Rebecca Tsai’s adorable Turtle Row beanie.

    This is also the time of year I start to think in earnest about knitting for Christmas. If you’re the same as me, you’re in luck – you’ll find heaps of inspiration in this issue. Not only is our magazine packed with ideas you’ll love to make for all the family, this month one of your gifts is a fab Knitmas book that is full to bursting with festive ideas. For me, nothing says Christmas like curling up in front of the TV and watching Wallace & Gromit – so we’ve gone all-out with an exclusive knitting tin as well as a Christmas jumper featuring these lovable characters.

    I know thinking about all that gift knitting can be a bit much, so before you start your shopping, why not grab a cuppa and sit down for a read first? Dee Hardwicke is letting us in on her colour secrets and we’ve got a round-up of the best new releases from your favourite brands. I loved reading all about Louis Boria’s community work and how Sheila Hewitt finds the inspiration for her amazing colour palette.

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