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Knit Now 122: on sale 12th November!

7th November 2020

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Knit Now 122: on sale 12th November!

Knit Now 122 is on sale on the 12th November – and here’s a little preview to tempt you!

We’re getting into a more festive mood this month, with lots of garments and gift ideas for all the family.

The weather is dreadful outside, making us want to wrap ourselves up in cosy knits – and we have plenty in this issue. The colourful Lauscha cardigan is cheering yet tasteful, and the cuddly Check Me Out jumper is a great statement knit that is sure to keep you warm.

Fancy a more obvious Christmas garment? Try Anni Howard’s colourwork jumper! In our supplement. Emma Heywood has designed some fabulously fun knits, but feel free to add your own motif – just grab your Magic Picture Knit Maker and get designing.

Accessories this issue include striking hats, some of the most Christmassy socks we’ve ever seen, and a stylish modern wrap designed by Georgia Farrell (plus a bonus interview with Georgia!)

We’ve also got some adorable toys in the mix.

If you need to give your knitting needles a rest, why not check out our Christmas Gift Guide for some inspiration, or learn more about supersize knits. Debbie Tomkies – who’ll you recognise from Ask the Experts – tells us about her City and Guilds-accredited online knitting course, and is offering you lovely readers 20% off!

Happy knitting!

 

Knit Now 122 will be available in supermarkets, newsagents and craft stores in the UK. Find your nearest stockist (in the UK) using the Storefinder tool, or buy online at Craftstash

You can also buy digital editions from our partners at PocketMags on the website or using their app.

 

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