April 192- available now!



This month we are celebrating all things local, focusing on homegrown and homespun yarns and a selection of talented British knitters. The issue is jam-packed with 24 fantastic knits using beautiful materials that support businesses in Britain and Ireland. Designs include Sarah Hazell’s Frances hat in Erika’s Knights new Wool Local, a brand that travels no more than 50 miles from fibre to finished product; Jane Lithgow’s cosy Bramley Socks in Daughter of a Shepherd’s new Ram Jam wool, which is sourced from fleece that would otherwise go to waste; and Brian Smith’s stunning Touchstone shawl, made from hand-dyed yarns by Irish artisan dyer Life in the Long Grass. Plus many more! We also have an extract from Kate Davies’s book Handywoman and a taster of our editor Christine Boggis’ brand new book JOMO Knits: 21 Projects to Celebrate the Joy of Missing Out, all about slowing down in a busy world and enjoying staying in with your knitting. So join us in a celebration of yarns and designers pioneering homegrown style – the April issue of Knitting is out now!

Fancy a sneak peek of this issue? Then check out some of the featured designs below:


Bronte by Jane Lithgow


Bluebell by Alison Robson


Isla by Emma Wright

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  • Date 7th March 2019
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