In This Issue | Early Autumn 2015

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Thursday, 11 June 2015 18:12

Designer Knitting Magazine Early Autumn 2015
FEATURES

MEG SWANSEN
Choosing the best decrease for your project.

GREAT TASTE
Swiss fiber artist Madame Tricot stitches up food—and food for thought.

TIPS FOR FASTER KNITTING
Twenty-five ways to speed things along.

FABRICS OF LIFE
Ute Lennartz-Lembeck says her knitted teepees "make you symbolically aware of the space you’re in."

 

 

FASHION PREVIEW

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FIRST BLUSH
The palest pink is nostalgic, sophisticated and simply pretty. No wonder it's this season's breakout shade.
#1 Shoulder Cowl #2 Fair Isle Hat
#3 Tubular Scarf 4 Relaxed Cardigan
#5 Open-Front Cardigan #6 Two-Color Raglan Pullover
7 Fair Isle Vest #8 Cabled Wrist Warmers

PARIS, JE T'AIME
Le tricot, c'est chic! Capture the allure of Parisian fashion.
#9 Oversized Cowl #10 Brioche Rib Hat
#11 Cocoon Coat #12 Square Scarf
#13 Fur Jacket #14 Cabled Pullover
#15 Breton Pullover #15 Breton Pullover

COMPLETELY TEXTURAL
Watch knitting's most essential stitches work some magic in rich pastels that you can wear from now through fall.
#16 Pullover with V-Inset #17 Crew-Neck Pullover
#18 Lightweight Pullover #19 V-Neck Cardi
#20 Boat-Neck Pullover #21 Belted Cardigan

INDEPENDENT SPIRIT
Gifted with distinctive style, these four designers have made their mark on hand knitting. Here, we showcase their skills in signature cards.
#22 Ballet-Neck Cardigan
#24 Fringed Cardigan #25 Deep-V Cardigan
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 June 2015 20:15 )