Australian Knitting

magazine Volume 12 Issue 3 · Australian Knitting

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Australia’s number one selling knitting magazine with over 30 seasonal patterns every issue. Plus, you'll find tips, techniques, news and craft events in every issue. You'll also get your fill of knitting culture thanks to our articles packed with advice from top designers, as well as inspirational profiles of knitters and crocheters, shop reviews and the hottest craft fads.

Spring Fever Fashion • It’s spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want – oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so! ~ Mark Twain

Cardi Scarf

A New Start

Roaring 20s

Cable and Openwork Top

Denim Cowl

Snuggly Baby Crofter • Simple rib work give this design a nice tailored look.

Roll Collar Cardigan • A versatile cardi for kids

Baby’s Shawl Collar Jumper • The collar on this baby garment adds extra warmth

Egg Cosy • Everyone deserves a cosy hat for Winter but what about your breakfast eggs?

Peaked Cap

Ladder Lace Scarf

Indie Cap

Cardigan with Fairisle

The Warmth Of Shetland • “Shetland Wool, taking all its properties together, is perhaps the completest article of the kind in the universe, possessing at the same time, the gloss and softness of silk, the strength of cotton, the whiteness of linen, and the warmth of wool.” ~ Sir John Sinclair, September 22, 1790.


Crochet Baby Hat • Crochet a little flower hat for baby in Patons 4ply

Bed Socks • Darling bed socks with a pretty heel.

Fair Isle Skulls Cardigan • A pirate inspired cardigan for boys.

Triana Scarf • Use a large needle and this new and exciting fibre to make a eye popping scarf.

Short Sleeve Jacket

Crochet and Woven Neck Warmers

Cabled Coat

Classic Self Striping Jumper

Ruffle-Edged Cardigan

Ping Pong Floor Mat • A great mat for kids on the floor.

Domino • Scarf and Beanie set for children 2 – 8 years

Cabled Alpaca Headband • A wonderful head band that will keep you warm

Cardi Scarf • This double moss scarf has great pockets to keep your hands warm

A New Start • Katia Ondas is an exciting new scarf yarn that creates a beautiful ruffled effect scarf in gorgeous multi-tonal shades. Just one ball is sufficient for a scarf.

Roaring ’s • A wonderful Cloche style hat.

Cable and Openwork Top • Designed by Robin Melanson for Filatura Di Crosa

Denim Cowl • This cowl can be worn as either one long loop or wrapped around the neck.

Ruffle-Edged Cardigan • Designed by Robin Melanson for Filatura Di Crosa

Peaked Cap • Create a traditional peaked cap

Ladder Lace Scarf • Simplicity itself

Indie Cap • This simple cap is made up with 1 ball of wool

Cardigan with Fairisle • Designed by Robin Melanson for Filatura Di Crosa

Short Sleeve Jacket • Designed by Gitta Schrade for Filatura Di Crosa

Crochet and Woven Neck Warmer • A grid of crochet is then woven with Granda Alpaca in a neckwarmer or scarf design

Cabled Coat • A coat design from Patons

Classic Self Striping Jumper • A use of double and single strands of yarn give this clever pattern a stripe

Basic Instructions Diagrams


Australian Knitting