knit.purl Fall/Winter 2014

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knit.wear takes a big step forward with the name change to knit.purl and a new cover design. The mission and vision for this special issue remains the same, however—a focus on simpler, stylish, contemporary knit designs with fresh studio photography and interesting articles. In this issue, we explore striking knit-purl combinations, big gauges, bold colorwork, tailored sweaters, cool accessories, and more. Michelle Hunter introduces us to “Navajo ply knitting,” an innovative technique that allows for quick changes between single and triple-strand knitting, and then we step into the world of New York Fashion Week with the work of a budding knitwear designer. Handknit designer John Brinegar brings us two exclusive designs and talks to us about his work, life, and favorite yarns.

Purchase the digital edition today or order the print edition.

knit.purl Fall/Winter 2014 Sources

 Outerwear

 John Brinegar Acros Collection

Photo Booth
 Try a Little Contrast


Features:

YARN NOTEBOOK
The Bulk of It
by Hannah Baker

KNITTER’S WORLD
Jasmine Gonzalez’s Race to
New York Fashion Week
by Robin Shroyer

TECHNIQUE LAB
Navajo Three-Ply Knitting
by Michelle Hunter

 

Departments:

  • STRANDS
  • FIRST GLANCE
  • SPOTLIGHT ON: YARN
  • SPOTLIGHT ON: PRODUCT
  • GLOSSARY
  • PROJECT INDEX
  • FINISHINGS

 

Other Things You May Like to Check Out:

Categories

Errata, Interweave Knits, knit.wear, Magazines

About HannahRoseBaker

Hi! I'm the editor of knitscene magazine. Before I became editor I was the assistant editor of Interweave Knits for over two years. I have a bachelor's degree in Anthropology, I love knitting, pizza, Justin Timberlake, and my Black Lab whose name is Girlfriend, and I live in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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