Wool Gathering Subscription & Issues

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  1. Wool Gathering Subscription - U.S.
    $20.00

    Elizabeth's daughter, continues the Wool Gathering tradition.

    A Wool Gathering subscription includes 4 issues, beginning with the most recent issue (if still in stock) or upcoming issue, over two years, one mailed in fall (September) and one mailed in spring (March). Each issue includes an original design by Schoolhouse Press designers, primarily Meg Swansen or Cully Swansen, brief reviews of new books and products, and sometimes additional commentary about knitting. Wool Gathering subscriptions are currently available in print format, with a coupon code to download the digital version for free. Subscribers in the U.S., $20 for four issues, free shipping on this product.  Wool Gathering back issues are available. When they go out of print, they will be made available as expanded Schoolhouse Press Patterns. Note: Issues pictured in image are only representative of the subscription. You will not receive those issues as part of the subscription.

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  2. Wool Gathering Subscription - International
    $25.00

    Elizabeth Zimmermann started Elizabeth Zimmermann, Ltd (now Schoolhouse Press) in 1958 with a one-page knitting newsletter that included a pattern. In 1969, she expanded to the Wool Gathering booklet that includes a pattern and book reviews. Meg Swansen, a master knitter and Elizabeth's daughter, continues the Wool Gathering tradition.

    A Wool Gathering subscription includes 4 issues, beginning with the most recent issue (if still in stock) or upcoming issue, over two years, one mailed in fall (September) and one mailed in spring (March). Each issue includes an original design by Schoolhouse Press designers, primarily Meg Swansen or Cully Swansen, brief reviews of new books and products, and sometimes additional commentary about knitting. Wool Gathering subscriptions are currently available in print format, with a coupon code to download the digital version for free. International subscription $25 for four issues and free shipping for this product. Wool Gathering back issues are available. When they go out of print, they will be made available as expanded Schoolhouse Press Patterns. Note: Issues pictured in image are only representative of the subscription. You will not receive those issues as part of the subscription.

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  3. WG 99 Anniversary Shawl

    From $5.50

    A beautiful Garter-stitch shawl from Meg that is versatile and easy to knit, and imparts some useful tricks, including Elizabeth Zimmmermann's technique for changing colors in Garter-stitch with no 'wrong' side - plus learn Bridget Rorem's fabulously elastic cast on and bind off. Knit in Wild Astor (4 skeins) and Dark Astor (1 skein) hand-dyed Blackberry Ridge Wool.

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  4. WG 98 Cowls

    From $5.50

    Cowls are quite popular at the moment, and for good reason: Relatively quickly knitted (and portable), they provide a cozy, attractive accessory when completed, with opportunities for the knitter to incorporate interesting patterns, textures, or color! In this latest Wool Gathering, Meg and Cully present 5 cowl designs: Meg's pair of 4-Corner Cowls, her Triad Cowl, and Ruffled Cowl, and Cully’s Switchback Cowl. Something for every level of knitter: work beautiful lace motifs (charts included), textured knitting, or plain Stocking stitch. Complete instructions and techniques. Learn More
  5. WG 97 Fingerless Fair Isle and Selbu Flower Mittens

    From $5.50

    Woollen Mittens: Providers of warmth and comfort, quickly knitted, many opportunities to experiment with color and patterns, always welcomed as presents, and such interesting histories from the many countries in which mittens hold great cultural significance. Here is Meg’s compilation of motifs for a classic Norwegian Selbu Mitten, plus a pair of fingerless Fair Isle Mitts with a very basic and simple construction. Learn More
  6. WG 96 Danish Floral Pullover

    From $5.50

    This new design of Meg Swansen’s is for a hip-length, 3/4 sleeved, scooped-neck pullover. The light, airy motif is negative-imaged at the lower edges of sleeves and body, and the wool Meg used, Blackberry Ridge (Cream and Pale Iris), is soft enough to wear next to your skin. The sweater is worked up from the lower edge, with a slightly inset, steeked armhole and a deep scooped neck. The sleeves are knitted down from the armhole with an optional shaped sleeve-cap detail. Learn More
  7. WG 95 8 Hats from Meg and EZ

    From $5.50

    8 hats from designers Meg Swansen and Elizabeth Zimmermann (EZ). Knit a variety of styles in different types of wool. Learn More
  8. WG 94 Twisted Stitch Pinafore

    From $5.50

    Meg Swansen'sTwisted Stitch Pinafore has a textured body and plain sleeves (although there is a cable running the length of the saddle, sleeves, and cuffs in one version). The pullover is knitted in our Québécoise wool, which is firmly spun and plied to show off the twisted-stitch motifs.

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  9. WG 93 Norwegian Mitten Cardigan

    From $5.50

    Wool Gathering #93 features Meg's Norwegian Mitten Cardigan (a follow up to her Latvian Mitten Cardigan SPP#34). Knitted in the round from the lower edge with a steek at center-front, a modified drop-shoulder steek at the underarms, shaped neck steek, and optional shoulder shaping. The pattern follows Elizabeth Zimmermann's chart for her Norwegian Mittens in Knitting Around, with a different pattern fore and aft. Choose a wide garter-stitch border, or several applications of I-Cord. This model was knitted using 3 shades of single-strand Unspun Icelandic. You can achieve an identical gauge with our Jamieson's Shetland Spindrift or Blackberry Ridge wool.

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  10. WG 90 Dancing Children Cardigan
    $5.00

       A fetching circular seamless jacket featuring a relatively wide and shallow yoke. Knitted from the lower edge (with a steek allowance at center front) with sleeves and body joined at underarm length. The yoke shaping is placed between the color patterns, and front border is worked all in one piece. Multiple sizes.

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