Author(s): Interweave Editors
Building off the popularity of the Outlander book series (over 20 million copies sold to date) and the new Starz Network TV series (averaging 5 million viewers an episode), this collection of 20 knitting projects inspired by the characters and costumes of the era is sure to delight fan knitters around the globe. Designed by fans, for fans, the projects in the book are inspired by Outlander, but not intended to look like 18th century projects, allowing knitters to create FANtastic accessories they can wear today. Simple shawls, caplets, stoles, mitts and more are as fitting on set as they are in present day life.
Interweave is one of the nation's largest publishers of craft books and magazines. Founded in 1975 by Linda Ligon, Interweave specializes in the areas of knitting, crochet, quilting, sewing, mixed media, beading, jewelry making, spinning, weaving, and fiber arts. Interweave ranks as one of the top craft publishers in the United States, and its books can be found in independent art, craft, and book shops worldwide.