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  • Making Stories Magazine Issue 9

    11 total reviews

    Format

    Theme: In Bloom

    For Issue 9, we’re inviting you to explore secret gardens with us, to breathe in deeply, to delight at that peony that’s just starting to bloom.

    Wandering through that arch overgrown with roses in full bloom, we’re filled with wonder at the beauty and intricacy of the flowers and curiosity to see which hidden treasures the next steps hold for us.

    Each flower a different shade, each petal a marvel. From bud to bloom, from earth to sky, a never-ending cycle of life.

    Designs by...

    Anne Ginger, Ayano Tanaka, Barbara Gottwik, Emma Ducher, Julia Exner, Kjerstin Rovetta, Makenzie Alvarez, Maria Magnusson, Marie Régnier, Natalia Milas, Pelin Akbaba, Valerie Rachel

    Yarns by...

    Biches & Bûches, De Rerum Natura, Garthenor Organic, Hey Mama Wolf, Holst Garn, Knitting for Olive, Krea Deluxe, La Bien Aimée, Pascuali, The Fibre Co., Wool & Palette

    Contributions by...

    ash alberg

    • Length: 136 full-color pages
    • Content: 12 patterns, 1 essays
    • Format: Every print copy comes with two download codes printed inside: One for a digital copy, and one for adding the magazine to your Ravelry library.
    • Dimensions: 20 x 26 x 1 cm / 7.9 x 10.3 x 0.4”
    • Weight: Approx. 400g

    • NEW: Still made out of 100% recycled paper, but now a different one that makes the photos and texture absolutely shine!
    • NEW: Printed with Königsdruck in Berlin, a printer that is local to us, on a climate-neutral LED-offset printing machine
    • Packaged without a scrap of plastic - we use 100% recycled paper materials instead
    • Shipped with DHL or USPS Green delivery services, offsetting all carbon emissions occurring through shipping

    We're always excited to talk yarn and knitting and answer any questions you might have!

    Simply send us an email to hello@making-stories.com or use the chat box at the bottom.

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    Take a look inside Making Stories Magazine Issue 9:



    Customer Reviews

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    Monica Freire
    So many great patterns!

    I want to make them all! And the instructions are very clear, the photos beautiful and the stories enjoyable in between knitting.

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    Karyn
    At least 5!

    Generally speaking, I love having knitting books and magazines just for the joy of scrolling through them, but I only actually want to knit 1 or 2 patterns from it. This issue of Making Stories has at least 5 patterns that are in my to-do list!

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    M P C
    Fabulous

    Loved it. Beautiful patterns with clear instructions. Will be looking to buy more issues going forward

    A
    Amanda
    My favorite Making Stories yet!

    This is a lovely issue. There are at least four designs I would love to make whereas in most other magazines, there may be one or two designs. Love it!!

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    Josefina
    Gorgeous bunch of patterns

    I have now a list of patterns I am sure I shall knit : Flowers and Fields, Blossom, Bouquet, Circle of Life…So difficult to choose just one!!


    Curious to see all the samples and yarns?