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Series: Creative Knitting Magazine

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Creative Knitting Magazine 1986 v6 #2 March by Creative Knitting MagazineMar. 1986
Creative Knitting Magazine 2004 v26 #5 September by Creative Knitting MagazineSep. 2004
Creative Knitting Magazine 2004 v26 #6 November by Bobbie Matela26.6
Creative Knitting Magazine 2005 v27 #1 January by Creative Knitting MagazineJan. 2005
Creative Knitting Magazine 2005 v27 #2 March by Creative Knitting MagazineMar. 2005
Creative Knitting Magazine 2005 v27 #3 May by Creative Knitting MagazineMay 2005
Creative Knitting Magazine 2005 v27 #4 July by Creative Knitting MagazineJuly 2005
Creative Knitting Magazine 2005 v27 #5 September by Creative Knitting MagazineSep. 2005
Creative Knitting Magazine 2005 v27 #6 November by Creative Knitting MagazineNov. 2005
Creative Knitting Magazine 2006 v28 #1 January by Creative Knitting MagazineJan. 2006
Creative Knitting Magazine 2006 v28 #2 March by Creative Knitting MagazineMar. 2006
Creative Knitting Magazine 2006 v28 #3 May by Creative Knitting MagazineMay 2006
Creative Knitting Magazine 2006 v28 #4 July by Bobbie MatelaJuly 2006
Creative Knitting Magazine 2006 v28 #5 September by Creative Knitting MagazineSep 2006
Creative Knitting Magazine 2006 v28 #6 November by Bobbie Matela28.6
Creative Knitting Magazine 2007 v29 #1 January by Bobbie MatelaJan. 2007
Creative Knitting Magazine, March 2007 by Bobbie MatelaMar. 2007
Creative Knitting Magazine, May 2007 by Bobbie MatelaMay 2007
Creative Knitting Magazine, July 2007 by Creative Knitting MagazineJuly 2007
Creative Knitting Magazine, September 2007 by Creative Knitting MagazineSep. 2007
Creative Knitting Magazine, November 2007 by Creative Knitting MagazineNov. 2007
Creative Knitting Magazine, January 2008 by Creative Knitting MagazineJan. 2008
Creative Knitting Magazine, March 2008 by Creative Knitting MagazineMar. 2008
Creative Knitting Magazine, May 2008 by Creative Knitting MagazineMay 2008
Creative Knitting Magazine, July 2008 by Creative Knitting MagazineJuly 2008
Creative Knitting Magazine, September 2008 by Creative Knitting MagazineSep. 2008
Creative Knitting Magazine, November 2008 by Creative Knitting MagazineNov. 2008
Creative Knitting Magazine, January 2009 by Bobbie MatelaJan. 2009
Creative Knitting Magazine 2009 v31 #2 March by Creative Knitting MagazineMar. 2009
Creative Knitting Magazine, May 2009 by Creative KnittingMay 2009
Creative Knitting Magazine 2009 v31 #4 July by Barb BettegniesJuly 2009
Creative Knitting Magazine, September 2009 by Barb BettegniesSep. 2009
Creative Knitting Magazine, March 2011 by Creative Knitting MagazineNov. 2009
Creative Knitting Magazine, January 2010 by Barb BettegniesJan. 2010
Creative Knitting Magazine 2010 v32 #2 MarchMar. 2010
Creative Knitting Magazine, May 2010 by Barb BettegniesMay 2010
Creative Knitting Magazine, July 2010 by Barb BettegniesJuly 2010
Creative Knitting Magazine 2010 v32 #5 September by Barb BettegniesSep. 2010
Creative Knitting Magazine 2010 v32 #6 November by Creative Knitting MagazineNov. 2010
Creative Knitting Magazine, January 2011 by Barb BettegniesJan. 2011
Creative Knitting Magazine, March 2011 by Barb BettegniesMar. 2011
Creative Knitting Magazine, May 2011 by Barb BettegniesMay 2011
Creative Knitting Magazine, July 2011 by Kara Gott WarnerJuly 2011
Creative Knitting Magazine, September 2011 by Barb BettegniesSep. 2011
Creative Knitting Magazine 2011 v33 #6 November by Barb BettegniesNov. 2011
Creative Knitting Magazine 2012 v34 #1 January by Kara Gott Warner34.1
Creative Knitting Magazine 2012 v34 #2 March by Kara Gott Warner34.2
Creative Knitting Magazine 2012 v34 #3 May by Kara Gott Warner34.3
Creative Knitting Magazine 2012 v34 #4 July34.4
Creative Knitting Magazine 2012 v34 #5 September by Kara Gott Warner34.5
Creative Knitting MagazineUnknown

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  4. Interweave Knits, Winter 2006 by Lisa Shroyer
  5. Knit Simple Magazine 2006 Fall by Trisha Malcolm
  6. Spa & Bath Sets to Knit by Rhonda White
  7. 24-Hour Knitting Projects (24 Hours) by Rita Weiss (2004)
  8. Alpaca Silk (Twelve Designs for Adults) by Debbie Bliss
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  9. The Knitter's Guide to Combining Yarns: 300 Foolproof Pairings * 8 Cool Projects by Kathleen Greco (2007)
  10. Funky Chunky Knitted Accessories by Jan Eaton (2006)
  11. Vogue Knitting, February 2007 Issue by Editors of Vogue International Knitting
  12. The Elegant Knitter: Simple Techniques for Beautiful Results by Gina Macris (2007)
  13. Knitter's Magazine 2005 Winter by Rick Mondragon
  14. Knit Hats!: 15 Cool Patterns to Keep You Warm (Knit) by Gwen Steege (2002)
  15. Knitscene, Fall 2008 by Knitscene Magazine

Series description

Series?!

How do series work?

To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

Tip: If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title (eg., "Chronicles of Prydain (book 1)"). By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the | character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, "(0|prequel)" sorts by 0 under the label "prequel."

What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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