In This Issue | Autumn 2014

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Designer Knitting Magazine Autumn 2014FEATURES

STUDENT LEADERS
San Francisco fashion students send their knitwear designs down high fashion runways, helping their careers take flight. By Kerry Wills

MEG SWANSEN: UPDATING A CLASSIC
The story behind the revised edition of Knitting Workshop.

DEBORAH NEWTON: BRAID PARADE
Newton’s plaited-cable project lets her imagination (and fingers) run wild.

MODEL FARMING
Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms talks to Daryl Brower about sheep shearing, yarn making, social media, reality television and empowering women.

FASHION PREVIEW

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COOL COMFORT
Dazzling cables put an interesting twist on a time-honored technique.

EILEEN FISHER
The renowned designer is all about elegant simplicity.

WARDROBE ESSENTIALS
Eight need-them-now knits for fall.

BLANKET STATEMENT
A sweater and shawl take inspiration from an North American classic: the Hudson’s Bay Co. point blanket.

FREE SPIRITS
Boho-chic tops and coats.


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