What are other knitting magazines similar to creative knitting?
Your local yarn shop should have a selection of knitting magazines for you to look through. The hobby stores (A.C. Moore, Michaels, Hobby Lobby) usually have racks of current knitting magazines, and bookstores that have large magazine selections (Books-a-Million and Barnes & Noble) will have numerous knitting-related periodicals. It’s hard to say which ones you will like best. Creative Knitting is also one of my favorites. I find the patterns in Vogue to be within my skill level–the ones rated Very Easy Very Vogue are exceptionally easy and are appropriate for beginners. Knit 1 is aimed at a younger audience and Knit Simple at a beginner-to-intermediate skill level. Debbie Bliss has a range of challenges as well. All of these are members of the Vogue “family.” Interweave Knits is one from which I have made several items, and its companion, KnitScene has high style garments made with simple techniques. Fons and Porter, the quilting folks, have a new knitting-oriented magazine out that