Knitscene Spring 2014 hit the newsstands last week, and this week I've rounded up a few blog posts about the issue. Most of them are from designers, and I love these kinds of blogs--getting a peek at the designer's inspiration is just really cool to me.
Corrina Ferguson, our featured designer, talked a bit about her designer collection on her blog, along with a quick glance at TNNA. I was wearing her Sugar Grove Shawl one day at TNNA and threatened frequently that I was never taking it off.
From the Primary Values story, Adriana Hernandez and Sarah Hurwitz wrote about the Laren Mitts and Oud Tank, respectively, and Julia Farwell-Clay shares her Shakespearean inspiration for the Van Doesburg Pullover.
The Kelbourne Woolens blog featured Courtney Kelley's Baskerville Tank. I also wore Megi Burcl's J. Watson Shawl at TNNA and don't think I've ever had more people come up and pet my yarn-covered arms in my life.
And in the Bejeweled story, Allyson Dykhuizen wrote about the Fire Opal Tee, Julie LeFrancois talked in-depth about the Lazulum Tank, and Kerri Blumer showed her original idea for the Amazonite Tank.
There's a lot to love (I may be biased) about this issue of Knitscene--get your copy today!
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Knitscene spring 2014 features 22 patterns for pullovers, lighter pieces, and accessories. Learn about color theory, the trend of black and white garments, neckline details, and more.