Get the February 2023 Issue of I Like Knitting—Today!

Every day gets us closer to spring, but enjoy the rest of winter in warmth and style!

HINGHAM, Mass. - BostonChron -- The darker days of winter are slowly receding behind us, and many of us are looking forward to the warmer days of spring and summer. While there's something to enjoy in every season, we're not quite ready to put away our cozy hats and sweaters — but we're definitely planning ahead!

Let's take a peek inside the February 2023 issue of I Like Knitting and see what catches your eye!

There's still some winter left, but there's nothing wrong with looking toward spring. Our Rose Patch Scarf is reversible, knit in the round to create a double layer, and each patch builds on the previous one to give you a stunning scarf that will make people smile. Skip the ho-hum and make this for the "wow" factor!

Dive into the luxurious feel of rich texture with our Sandswept Sweater, inspired by the swirls that emerge when the wind blows across the sand. This allover-lace drop shoulder sweater is knit from the bottom up in pieces. This is a sweater designed for layering; wear it over your favorite tank, a dress, and maybe, once summer arrives, a swimsuit. You'll love the way this sweater feels!

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Let's face it, we all look forward to spring. What better way to prepare to welcome spring than with a lovely and lacy new dress? Our Savannah Colorwork & Lace Dress is a dream of colorwork, lattice lace, and diamond lace. Sleeveless, with a high neck, this dress is a stunner. Knit it in the round, top-down, creating steeks for the sleeves and back closure. Tailor it to your taste and make it the length you like by repeating the lace motifs.

It's always a good idea to keep something warm and chic on hand for when you need an extra layer. Our Totally Tonal section features eye-catching earth tones that you can fine-tune to your taste. The Silent Snow Shawl is as light and airy as an early morning snowfall. This pattern is a great easy-rated two-week project with easy-to-knit eyelet rows that create the illusion of a gentle snowfall.

The February 2023 issue of I Like Knitting at is packed with patterns that are bound to become your new seasonal favorites. Welcome the changing seasons with some stunning new projects!

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We have over a dozen bold and beautiful projects and something for knitters of all experience levels in our February 2023 issue available at Which project will you cast on first?

Christy Page

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