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« Reply #10 on: May 16, 2006 12:06:16 AM »

You can get Knit1 from http://www.tajyarns.co.uk/, along with quite a few other US publications.  They do a pretty good service, and I've had plenty of magazines from them Smiley

I am so boring I think people should be interested in me. 
www.bryonyramsden.co.uk/wp - Library Girl Knits
« Reply #11 on: May 16, 2006 04:40:41 AM »

If you're in Glasgow I would take a look in Borders. I'm planning on going there this evening to see if they carry any US knitting magazines. I have no idea whether they do, I just know that they have Bust and other things that you can't get very easily here. Rowan tried to bring out a magazine aimed at young people along with a range of yarns, but it only lasted 2 issues. The yarns sucked for the price, and the patterns, while sort of creative were very similar and not very interesting. They also recently published a booklet by an Edinburgh designer called pub knitting. To be honest it looks pretty dull to me, but you might want to take a look. I know John Lewis stock it.
I think we should bring out a cool Scottish knitting magazine. That would be ace.

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« Reply #12 on: May 16, 2006 04:42:26 AM »

In fact that would be ace. Hmmm... I should publish a magazine.

(points out that I know nothing of what would be involved, except that it would be fun, haha)

Want to?

knitting patterns and all sorts of  crafty adventures: http://ysolda.me.uk
« Reply #13 on: May 16, 2006 10:38:23 AM »

That would be a great idea, i however don't know where to start either!! maybe somebody on here would have a few tips.

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