Edi­tor’s Note,

Creative Knitting - - CONTENTS -

New be­gin­nings can hap­pen any­time you are ready to tackle fresh chal­lenges and take some chances. My big new be­gin­ning is that I’m now your edi­tor of Cre­ative Knit­ting mag­a­zine. I’m Cor­rina Fer­gu­son, a knit­ting de­signer and in­struc­tor, and the new cap­tain of this knit­ting ship. To­gether we’re go­ing to ex­plore my fa­vorite part of knit­ting—learn­ing. There’s al­ways some­thing fun to learn in knit­ting. It doesn’t mat­ter where you are in your knit­ting ca­reer; what mat­ters is that you are ad­ven­tur­ous. My ab­so­lute fa­vorite kind of knit­ter is an ad­ven­tur­ous one—a knit­ter that wants to ac­quire new knit­ting skills and take their own knit­ting to the next level. Your next level and my next level might be to­tally different places, but we can still get there to­gether. So, what is it that you are itch­ing to try? In this is­sue, we are go­ing to learn mo­saic lace knit­ting—a fun and un­usual tech­nique which com­bines slip-stitch knit­ting and lace for a beau­ti­ful ef­fect! We’ve also got an en­tire se­lec­tion of beau­ti­ful lace projects, from easy projects to chal­leng­ing ones—all the bet­ter for you to find some­thing just right! So, what’s your next knit­ting ad­ven­ture? I’d love to hear from you!

“And sud­denly you know: It's time to start some­thing new and trust the magic of be­gin­nings.” —Meis­ter Eck­hart

Knit once, wear year­round. This stylish vest is per­fect for spring weather and ev­ery­thing in be­tween.

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