eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 30 patterns

Can you knit 30 hats in 30 days? Designer Marie Duquette did! Here are patterns so you can, too!

eBook : 24 patterns

Paperback: 128 pages

eBook : 12 patterns

Paperback: 132 pages

eBook : 16 patterns

Paperback: 92 pages

eBook : 9 patterns

Make those cables pop! Color cable expert Andi Smith will help you master adding a second color to cable patterns for extra visual interest and drama.

eBook : 30 patterns

Friends, Romans, yarn lovers: lend us your ears. For this third installment in the much-loved What Would Madame Defarge Knit? series, Heather Ordover again brings you an eclectic and beautiful collection of knitting and crochet designs inspired by great literature.

eBook : 10 patterns

Fresh Designs is a series of pattern books by emerging fiber arts designers from all over the world. In addition to HATS, look for SWEATERS, SCARVES, BAGS, MEN, SHAWLS, MITTENS & GLOVES, KIDS, TOYS and HOME, all available from Cooperative Press.

eBook : 10 patterns

Fresh Designs is a series of pattern books by emerging fiber arts designers from all over the world. In addition to KIDS, look for SHAWLS, SWEATERS, HATS, SCARVES, MITTENS & GLOVES, MEN, BAGS, TOYS and HOME, all available from Cooperative Press.

eBook : 10 patterns

Fresh Designs is a series of pattern books by emerging fiber arts designers from all over the world. In addition to MEN, look for SWEATERS, HATS, BAGS, SCARVES, SHAWLS, MITTENS & GLOVES, KIDS, TOYS and HOME, all available from Cooperative Press.

eBook : 10 patterns

The digital version of this book should be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. The charts do not display properly when the file is opened in Preview.

eBook : 9 patterns

Fresh Designs is a series of pattern books by emerging fiber arts designers from all over the world. In addition to SCARVES, look for SWEATERS, HATS, BAGS, MEN, SHAWLS, MITTENS & GLOVES, KIDS, TOYS and HOME, all available from Cooperative Press.

eBook : 10 patterns

Fresh Designs is a series of pattern books by emerging fiber arts designers from all over the world. In addition to SHAWLS, look for SWEATERS, HATS, BAGS, SCARVES, MITTENS & GLOVES, MEN, KIDS, TOYS and HOME, all available from Cooperative Press.

eBook : 10 patterns

Fresh Designs is a series of pattern books by emerging fiber arts designers from all over the world. In addition to SWEATERS, look for SCARVES, HATS, BAGS, MEN, SHAWLS, MITTENS & GLOVES, KIDS, TOYS and HOME, all available from Cooperative Press.

eBook : 2 patterns

Digital (PDF) edition available here on Ravelry. To order a print copy (which comes with a gratis digital copy), please visit the Cooperative Press website.

eBook : 24 patterns

To purchase both the print and PDF versions combined, please visit the Cooperative Press website.

eBook : 3 patterns

From the editor’s letter:

eBook : 5 patterns

Featuring patterns by Erica Hernandez, Janine Le Cras, Theressa Silver, Lars Rains, Donna Druchunas, Carol Wells and Megi Burcl

eBook : 8 patterns

Featuring patterns by Kristen TenDyke, Maie Landra, Kristine Vejar, Keva Kuhn, Andi Smith, Toby Roxane Barna and Nell Ziroli, as well as articles, reviews and more!

eBook : 4 patterns

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eBook : 8 patterns

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eBook : 5 patterns

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eBook : 7 patterns

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eBook : 7 patterns

Save money on each issue by subscribing (details below) and we’ll still place your copy into your Ravelry library!

eBook : 8 patterns

Save money on each issue by subscribing (details below) and we’ll still place your copy into your Ravelry library!

eBook : 3 patterns

A Cooperative Press publication, Knit Edge magazine’s issue zero will go live at TNNA (the National Needle Arts Association) this June.

eBook : 14 patterns

Before Ravelry even existed, designer Anna Dalvi was running mystery knitalongs (KALs) for her gorgeous lace shawls on Yahoo groups. Dalvi’s skill at translating natural and mythical inspirations into stunning lace creations drew more than 7,000 knitters to her KALs.

eBook : 12 patterns

Anna Dalvi is back with more Mystic shawls.

eBook : 18 patterns

Let’s get one thing straight. Despite the title, this is not a quilting book. This is a knitting book. That being said, every knitting design begins with inspiration. For some designers that inspiration may strike when on a morning walk, flipping through a magazine, or after a visit to a yarn store. The patterns in this collection were all inspired by one thing that has been on designer Meg Roke’s mind for many years: modern quilts.

eBook : 12 patterns

Designer Andi Smith has created a dozen new designs that riff on each other. They are presented both as written words and charts so that everyone can knit them! A wide variety of techniques are used to show knitters just how flexible scarves can be. Experiment and enjoy!

eBook : 10 patterns

Please note: a print edition (+PDF) is also available at cooperativepress.com!

eBook : 17 patterns

Sock Architecture is perfect for both experienced and novice sock knitters. This thorough, imaginative collection of sock shapes and patterns gives you the tools to construct an astounding variety of custom socks.

eBook : 1 pattern

The centuries-old craft of knitting has left behind few lasting traces. Knitting was such an everyday occurrence for so many people—people who often left little historical record—that we are left with many unanswered questions about the early days of the craft.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A shawl depicting the winding path to the halls of Ma’at.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The ancient Egyptians linked the myth of the phoenix with immortality. According to legend, the Bennu bird created itself from a fire in a holy tree in the temple of Ra. The Egyptians considered this bird’s rise from the ashes to be symbolic of the Nile river’s annual flooding, which left the soil fertile again for the next farming season.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
In ancient Egypt, gold was thought to be a divine and indestructible substance. It was used to make jewelry as well as to cover statues of gods, tombs, and furniture of the Pharaohs.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
In ancient Egypt, the land of the blessed dead was known as the Fields of Malachite, where conditions were remarkably similar to life on earth, except devoid of illness and other problems. In order to enter the Fields of Malachite, you had to convince Osiris that you were worthy.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Inspired by an Egyptian Cinderella story, this half-octagon shawl shows the marble pool in which she was swimming, the flowers of the garden, the tears shed over the missing slipper, and the feathers of the eagle that whisked the shoe away.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A circular pi-shawl inspired by Ineb Hedj (the white walls - Memphis - the capital of ancient Egypt). The center shows a stylized city centre of the white walls, surrounded by the desert. Outside the city lies the 3 great pyramids of Giza.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
In the ancient Egyptian language Nefer meant beauty and goodness. The term can also refer to the white crown of Upper Egypt.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Queen Nefertari is one of the best-known Egyptian queens and the most famous of Ramesses the Great’s many wives. Upon her death, she became the patron deity of the Theban necropolis and was worshipped as a goddess in Thebes. Her tomb is one of the most beautiful in the Valley of Queens. She was known as the Lady of the West and the Mistress of ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
When Osiris was killed by his brother, his body was broken into 14 pieces - one for each full moon in a year - and spread over Egypt. When Isis tried to collect all the pieces of her dead husband to reassemble him, she found that one piece (the phallus) had been consumed by a fish. She reassembled him anyway and fashioned a new phallus of gold ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The sun disk, carried across the sky each night by Ra - the Egyptian sun god.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
When Seth fought Horus over the crown of Egypt, he tore off a mountain top to use it to build a ship.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A long time ago, the moon was as bright as the sun, and it did not change from night to night. The moon god Khonsu was responsible for holding the moon up over Egypt. Every night he travelled with the moon across the sky. But even the bright moonlight had limits, and there were shadows that the light could not reach. Khonsu wanted to know what ...