Creative Knitting

Creative Knitting

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by Annie's Publishing
     
 

Current Issue: Autumn 2016

Creative Knitting's primary goal is to bring knitters a variety of fun-to-knit projects using wonderful new yarns and patterns that are easy to understand. Each issue contains a basic stitch guide, metric conversion chart, knit technique reference page, abbreviation glossary and other references that make your knitting guaranteed to work out. Every issue

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Overview

Creative Knitting's primary goal is to bring knitters a variety of fun-to-knit projects using wonderful new yarns and patterns that are easy to understand. Each issue contains a basic stitch guide, metric conversion chart, knit technique reference page, abbreviation glossary and other references that make your knitting guaranteed to work out. Every issue you'll get two dozen or more projects photographed in full color with clear, see-every-stitch detail, including fashionable designs for real people, afghans and home accents, accessories for entertaining, delightful baby and kids garments, and gift ideas that don't take a huge time or dollar expenditure. Our Knitting Class section and In The Know articles offer clearly written information to enhance your knitting experience.

Product Details

Publisher:
Annie's Publishing
# of issues/year:
4
Delivered:
Quarterly
Current Issue:
Autumn 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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Creative Knitting 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 35 reviews.
RebelRW More than 1 year ago
I have noticed that several of my magazines that I subscribe too, including this one.... are not released by the date B and N state on my library. This one is still showing a Sept. 2012 date, yet B and N state that the new issue was to be released Sept. 29th. As of October 10th, still no October issue. I called Creative Knitting and was told that the Oct. Issue was indeed released Sept 29th. B and N said that they can do nothing! Creative knitting said to contact B and N because tgey can do nothing! So even though you have a subscription to a magazine, if its through B and N and you miss an issue, your just....###$$$%%
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I consider myself a beginning knitter. I have made many a scarf but nothing else. I understand how to knit, purl, cast on and off, and the like. I was hoping for a few patterns that would take me to the next level. There was one, but even it was difficult to understand what to do, the stitches and rows I understood, the putting together wasn't explained well at all. If you are moderately to very experienced, this might be the magazine for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Please note that "emagazines" can not be read using the nook for pc or nook for mac apps on your computer. I don't yet own a nook, but wanted to try this out to see how the magazine worked on screen. I had to spend half an hour getting my debit card refunded after finding out that this wasn't going to work. Thankfully, I was able to open a chat session and "speak" to someone who clarified the issue. The nook computer apps work ONLY with B&N "ebooks". To me, the slogan "Read What You Love. Anywhere You Like." means just what it says. But in fact, it doesn't work this way. I'm thinking there should be a warning note on the pages selling this type of content about this. OR, if there is one, bigger and more obvious. I'm a newbie here, and it wasn't obvious. One star because it was a waste of my time and B&N should have had more info about this.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was a previous subscriber to Creative Knitting (CK) by mail and look forward to enjoying your CK digital magazines I recently purchased on my Nook. I love flipping through all the beautiful color pages on my iPad. Images & details are incredible! This new technology for ebooks and magazines is a truly amazing thing! Thank you... I will enjoy reviewing your knitting patterns and the artistic inspiration they offer to create so many beautiful knitted items. MissA52.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have bought this magazine for years - the patterns are true to the print addition and now I don't have a stack of paper magazines to tote around or tear while working a pattern.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too many cowl and scarf patterns. Those are a dime a dozen. The sweaters that are in here are usually very short and frumpy. I've had this subscription for awhile but it's just not for me.
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Project photos are too small to get a "birds eye" view of details of the design.
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Interesting format, and plenty of tips. Not too sure about some of the pattern choices, but interesting and inspiring.
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