In This Issue | Early Spring 2016

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Designer Knitting Magazine Early Spring 2016
FEATURES

MEG SWANSEN
Meg chats with Debbie Zawinski about her once-in-a-lifetime adventure: a months’-long solo walking/knitting/ spinning tour of Scotland.

DEBORAH NEWTON
How to take your own (judgment-free) measurements to ensure a proper fit.

WOVEN MOONLIGHT
The 411 on linen yarns, and tips for showing off this flax fiber to best effect. By Carol J. Sulcoski

 

 

 

PROJECT PREVIEW

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STRIKING STRIPES
This year’s top Resort trends are reinventing classics that can travel just about anywhere. Prep-eclectic knits keep you looking crisp and cool as temperatures rise.

#1 CREW-NECK PULLOVER #2 STRIPED SHELL #3 POCKETED TUNIC #4 GRAPHIC TOP #5 STRIPED ROMPER #6 SHADES BLUE WRAP

 


BEACH BOHO
Getaway-worthy accessories are quick to crochet in natural raffia ribbon.

#7 CROCHET BAG #8 CROCHET BUCKET HATS

 


BLACK & WHITE
Opposites attract in perfect contrast, showing geometric knit and crochet openwork to best effect.

#9 LACE COVERUP #10 STAR-MOTIF MAXI DRESS #11 DROPSTITCH OPENWORK WRAP #12 EYELET LACE TUNIC #13 OPEN WAVES TOP #14 NET PONCHO #15 FLOPPY SUN HAT

 


LIGHT & BREEZY
Timeless as any treasure of antiquity, linen fiber offers shine and strength to lacy mid-season cardigans.

#16 CABLE & LACE DUSTER #17 DEEP V-NECK DUSTER #18 LACY CARDI

 


SIX EASY PIECES
Update your warm-weather wardrobe with easy-to-knit staples that you can work with equal ease into your calendar and closet.

#19 DEEP RIB TANK #20 SLEEVELESS SHELL #21 TEXTURED VEST #22 CABLE TANK #23 STRIPED STITCH TANK #24 EYELET TOP
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