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Interweave Knits Summer 2014

Update May 17: Knitting Daily is hosting a KAL (knit along) for this top starting May 19! Learn more on their website.

The Interweave Knits Summer 2014 issue hits store shelves May 20, and I think I’m already in love.

Kayleen_Pullover

Interweave Knits Summer 2014, photo by Joe Hancock

The Kayleen Pullover by Cassie Castillo is going to be on the cover! If you ask me, it totally deserves it.

The cables along the neckline are so interesting and eye catching.

As though those cables aren’t wonderful enough, this sweater uses Juniper Moon Farm Sabine yarn: #014 musca­dine, 3 (3, 4, 4, 4, 5) skeins.

Sabine is a squishy, 40% Cotton, 30% Merino Wool, 30% Royal Llama blend. Each 100 gram ball has a generous 218 yards.

IMG_2500If for some reason you don’t like the lovely shade of purple shown, take comfort in knowing Sabine is available in over 20 colors.

Can’t wait for the magazine to come out? Browse Sabine patterns that are already available at your local yarn store.

We also have some free patterns that use Sabine.

What is your favorite part of this sweater?



5 thoughts on “Interweave Knits Summer 2014

  1. Elaine says:

    The cables are exquisite. Very feminine. Even in the picture the yarn looks quite soft.

  2. Elisabeth says:

    I agree with Elaine. The cables make the neckline. I also like the interesting sleeve hem.

  3. Natascha says:

    Love this design — I’m smitten!

  4. Nancy Reed says:

    I absolutely adore this design – Kayleen – and it would be a very flattering one for buxom gals like myself. AND – I desperately want to join the KAL! Is it possible to have the pattern adjusted for larger sizes? I’m a generous 3X!!

    Thank you so much! Nancy in N Minnesota

    • Ann says:

      Hi Nancy.

      When I was looking at the forums on the Knitting Daily website, Kathleen (the Knitting Daily editor) mentions she will be upsizing the pattern for herself. If I recall correctly, she said she’s going to share her calculations.
      I suggest hopping over to the Knitting Daily website to check it out.

      Ann

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