The latest issue of Vogue Knitting is here!
The Early Spring 2016 issue features knitting and crochet patterns for this transitional season: tunics, wraps, tanks, lace cardigans, and lightweight pullovers.
Yoko Hatta’s “Eyelet Top” is knit in Fibre Company Meadow, a soft and tweedy blend of 40% merino wool, 25% baby llama, 20% silk, and 15% linen that falls somewhere between lace and fingering weight. It’s often used for shawl-knitting, but makes an equally good sweater yarn, as Anne can attest; she’s currently working on a “Featherweight Cardigan” in Meadow.
Also in this issue of Vogue, designer Deborah Newton shares tips on how to measure oneself for fit, an essential step in creating a well-fitting garment. Come by the shop to pick up a copy of Vogue Knitting and browse the rest of the latest magazines!