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I have for grabs today 4 different annual CDs from Interweave Knits and Knitscene.

Each CD has 4 issues of the years mentioned below, and 1 of them has an additional copy of the Holiday issue that came out in that year.

First up is the 2002 Interweave Knits Collection. The 2002 season showcases over 100 patterns for sweaters, socks, shawls, and more—all from sold-out issues.

interweave knits 2002

Next is the 2009 Interweave Knits Collection. This CD has the bonus Holiday 2009 issue on it.

interweave knits 2009

From the website:

Enjoy all 4 issues of Interweave Knits exactly as they were printed in 2009: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter editions. Plus, you’ll receive a free digital edition of the 2009 special issue Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts 2009!

The full-color electronic versions of these magazines include easy-to-navigate table of contents, easy-to-print patterns, informative articles, designer profiles, and all the tips and techniques that Interweave Knits is known for.

The 2009 season showcases over 100 patterns for pullovers, cardigans, home décor, accessories, and more. Learn how to make colorwork easy, add textural stitches to your knitting, knit jogless stripes, venture into organic yarns, learn reversible cables, and much, much more.

Next is the very first Knitscene Collection from the years 2005 through 2007, to include 4 issues. This magazine used to be a special publication before it became a regular one like it is now. You can’t get the original issue in print any longer. This issue is the only way that you can get it, and it is the Knitscene Fall 2005 digital edition.

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Next is the Knitscene for years 2007 (Winter 2007-Spring 2008) through 2009. This one still has the plastic wrapping on it.

knitscene2009

Per Interweave web site: Enjoy all 4 issues of Knitscene magazine exactly how they were originally printed, including the incredibly popular Fall 2009 issue. These full-color electronic editions include easy-to-navigate tables of contents, easy-to-print patterns, informative articles, and all the tips and techniques that Knitscene is known for.

The 2007-2009 seasons showcase stylish projects for the spirited knitter. Considered for the advanced beginner, Knitscene has an abundance of one-of-a-kind projects using great yarns.

I paid $19.99 for each of these, and I am asking $15 for each CD plus 2.50 shipping, which totals out to $17.50 each.

I am downsizing all of my stash, including books, magazines, and digital magazines on physical CD.

Please PM your interest, what magazine you would like, and if you will be paying via Paypal or money order. Thank you so much!

I decided to change the 2 colors in my scarf back to the blue only because I just didn’t care for the 2 colors in the cable pattern itself. I am also considering knitting up a few rows of ribbing to add to the bottom once I am done with the scarf. I have completed 9 repeats now, and I will post a picture sometime today or tomorrow. I think it just looks better with only one color. I could not get the rows where the 2 colors met to look neat and clean. They were all up and down at the join lines, supposedly because of how the cables are done, although I don’t really understand why.

Any comments on why this happened would be greatly appreciated! I really need feedback from the more seasoned knitters. Perhaps I will also post some of my previous projects later in the week. Thanks for reading and following my newbie adventures!

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