Knitting is the UK’s original and best magazine devoted to this popular craft. Bridging the divide between fashion and hand-Knitting, each issue offers at least 25 new and contemporary patterns including knits for women, men, children and the home. Bursting with patterns from the world’s leading hand-knit designers, it is both style conscious and practical with techniques, clear how-to’s, designer profiles and interesting features, making it an essential read for the discerning knitter.
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This month’s issue of Knitting is a special 200th rose gold edition. It features a spotlight on some of our wonderful regular contributors–so you can find out a bit more about the people behind the beautiful designs. We have interviews with designers like Brian Smith, Pat Menchini, Jo Allport, Natalie Warner, and Sarah Hazell. To celebrate the bicentenary issue we’ve focused on knits in beautiful shades of rose and gold. There are 25 glamorous patterns for you to enjoy in luxurious yarns. Including Beadnell shawl by Karie Westermann that is inspired by harvested fields and the glory of autumn, and features a lovely lace detail; Blooming twinset by Bronagh Miskelly that includes a pretty short-sleeved top and classic round-neck cardigan in a vintage-inspired cable and lace pattern; Emma shawl by Jacinta Bowie that can be worn two ways, in a waterfall style or as a stole, and includes a delicate lace trellis pattern and beaded trim; Francesca Hughes’s Plus Copper Shawl that is knitted in a gorgeous blend of British alpaca, Merino wool and silk and is the perfect autumnal knit; plus many more stunning designs. We have a guest column by Karie Westermann, where she asks the question: Why do we knit? We also have an interview with yarn bomber and ‘soft graffiti’ artist London Kaye, where she tells us about her mission to make people happy through crochet art. So with all that plus our regular features, you’ll find lots to entertain you in the 200th issue of Knitting, out now!