Nomadic Knits Magazine
Nomadic Knits is a boutique knitting magazine featuring regional indie yarns and the artists who grow, blend, and dye them. Each issue highlights fibers and designs that echo the culture and history of place, and featured knitting patterns are wearable and beautiful.
How in love with knitting are the good folks at Nomadic Knits?
Head over heels in love!
Accessory knitters, rejoice! Issue 11 : Head over Heels is packed with enough gorgeous patterns to keep your fingers busy for a very long time. Seventeen new designs featuring ten indie yarn dyers fill this issue to bursting.
Hats? Issue 11's got six. Socks? Got six of those, too. Plus legwarmers, slippers, a scrunchie, a wristband, and even a drink coozie! Projects range from beginner to expert, with a little something for everyone--this issue features eight different stitch patterns and each pattern is featured in a pair (or trio!) of accessories.
With designs by:
Featuring yarn from indie dyers:
Cori Bea Fiber Co.
Emma’s Yarn (Shop our selection here!)
Hudson Valley Fibers
Lavender Lune Yarn Co. (Check out our Lavender Lune here!)
Olive & Two Ewe
Queen’s Yarn Boutique
Seismic Yarn and Dyeworks
Issue 10 spotlights twelve Texas indie yarn dyers and fiber mills that will capture your heart and fill you with the irresistible spirit of Texas! The eleven knitting patterns include two pairs of socks, a hat, two pullovers, two sleeveless tees, a poncho, a beautiful lace-yoke tee, and two shawls--including the ultra-cozy, Lone Star Shawl knit in Red Stag Fibers Aran! Lone Star Kits are available here!
Find yourself transported to America’s Heartland with this Issue Nine featuring Iowa and Nebraska. Nine new designs featuring local indie yarn dyers and the textures of the region will leave you itching to cast on!The knitting patterns include socks, a hat, two shawls, a cowl, legwarmers, a pullover, a cardigan, and a swoncho, ranging from fingering weight to aran weight and from beginner to advanced.
Issue Eight: Washington is overflowing with eleven beautiful designs featuring local indie yarn dyers and stunning views of the Washington landscape; this issue is a must-have! The knitting patterns include socks, two hats, two shawls, and six sweaters, ranging from fingering weight to worsted and from beginner to advanced. Fall in love with Washington from the comfort of your home; explore the region with us as you turn the pages, meet the local indie dyers, and pick a new project to cast on.
Issue Seven: Michigan includes twelve beautiful designs and stunning views of the Michigan landscape; at over 150 pages, it's their largest issue yet! Patterns range from beginner to advanced, and include a hat, socks, shawls, and sweaters from designers such as Kate Atherley, Ann Budd, Laura Dobratz, Melissa Kemmerer, Jodie Brown, Tracie Millar, Tina Tse and others. Fall in love with Michigan from the comfort of your home; explore the region with every turn of the page, meet the local indie dyers, and pick a new project to cast on!
Each print copy contains a Ravelry digital download code on the last page, so you can add it to your Ravelry library.