Knit Edge Magazine PDF

$6.99 Each

Knit Edge Magazine is published by Cooperative Press, an independent knitting and fiber art book publisher. We pride ourselves on creating a publication that's a little out of the ordinary. A magazine with substance, not just patterns. Knitters want to know what’s going on in the wider world of knitting, and what’s new with other topics. We bring you a viewpoint and perspective on fiber arts like no other. 

This magazine is a downloadable PDF.

Issue Seven:

Knit and Crochet patterns by Christina Bowers, Anna Dalvi, Michael Dworjan, Shannon Okey, Lars Rains, Laurinda Reddig, plus articles, columns,
and much more!




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Not quite worth the price of a magazine

By Kitkitty

from Québec, Canada

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  • 1 Outstanding Pattern
  • Quality Photos


  • Not Very Professional
  • Too Many Columns
  • Too Much Self Promotion
  • Wrong Information

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    Comments about KnitEdge Magazine PDF:

    I was a bit disappointed because this cost the same price as an actually professionally published magazine (not to mention an actual print) that has three or four times the contents.

    Also there were a lot of columns by people presented as experts and yet, factual errors crept in. Also, columnists should try to stay objective. Presenting own's opinions is fine, but too much of it and the article becomes biased.

    I thought the historical column was boring. (There I said it, I feel bad about it, but I don't ever want to read something like that again).

    There was one great pattern with the peafowl on the long jacket, and the petals scarf was nice too. The rest was a bit hit or miss, more often miss. Some patterns like the tightly knit bows and the knitted rabbits might have been at home as free patterns on a personal blog.

    YMMV, and I don't like to shoot down new initiatives but I was disappointed, and I think the contents of this maagzine don't compare well to other publications out there.

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