The Fall 2013 issue of Vogue Knitting is here!
Inside, you’ll find patterns for sweaters and accessories, using a wide variety of knitting techniques. Cables, brioche, stranded colorwork, and intarsia all keep the knitting interesting, and offer opportunities to try something new.
These blue sweaters all feature fisherman’s rib, a springy, lofty stitch pattern that looks something like brioche. I love seeing a series of designs each interpreting the stitch pattern in a different way; it speaks to the endless variation that keeps knitting interesting year in and year out.
There’s some interesting reading in this issue, too, taking the form of a profile of designer Kate Davies, as well as an article on colorwork tams by Meg Swansen.
Come by the shop to plan your next project! You’ll find the latest issue of Vogue on the teacart, where all the newest magazines and books are waiting to inspire you.