In Europa wird das Magazin "Vogue Knitting" aus rechtlichen Gründen unter dem Namen "Designer Knitting Magazine" verkauft - der Inhalt ist jedoch identisch, nur das Cover sieht anders aus.
SPOTLIGHT: LOTUS YARNS
Luxury fibers from China—cashmere, bamboo, silk, yak and domesticated mink, among them—make their way stateside.
REBECCA DANGER: MONSTEROUSLY CUTE
The creative knit-toy maven discusses the ins and outs of creature comforts. By Daryl Brower
MEG SWANSEN: THE EVOLUTION OF INVISIBLE CAST ON/OFF
A popular (though sometimes laborious) technique undergoes a rebirth.
DEBORAH NEWTON: SHEER ENGINEERING
Finishing a project through thick-and-thin: Tips for neatly and elegantly joining fine-gauge and worsted-weight yarns.
ADRIENNE SLOANE: THE ART OF WAR
Meet a fascinating fiber artist who sculpts and knits to “rejoin the frayed and unraveled places” around her. By Rebecca Klassen
LOUISA HARDING’S COLLARFUL ADDITIONS
Decorative collars stitch up quickly, ready to lend “ruff” charm to any neckline.
Breezy seafoam, airy lace: It’s a fashion fusion as refreshing as spring itself.
Boldface black and white combine in knits that are graphically novel.
Tom Scott and Anna Sui drape to perfection.
The lightest hint of tint boasts the most elegant pedigree for filigree.
T-shirt yarns imbue crisp classics with casual coziness.
- Vogue Knitting