Vogue Knitting Magazine - Spring/Summer 2007
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Vogue Knitting Magazine - Spring/Summer 2007

Vogue Knitting Magazine - Spring/Summer 2007

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  • Here is a wonderful selection of over 31 items to make for women and babies - 27 for women, 5 for babies. With the focus on color and stitch work in lightweight yarns, there is a selection of sleeveless and short sleeved tops, cardigans, long sleeved pullovers, summer dresses, a short sleeved jacket and skirt set, a lacy cover-up, and a rainbow colored cape to knit for women. There is also a pattern for a beautiful crocheted 3/4 sleeve jacket with a satin ribbon detail. For babies, there is a colorful baby jacket designed by Elizabeth Zimmerman and there are also patterns for 2 cardigans, a blanket and pillow set, and a cabled and ribbed full length onesie embellished with embroidered flowers and crocheted edges. You will find an interesting article on neckline and edging options and another on different cardigan closures such as frogs, I-cord buttonholes, and more. There is also a wonderful article about Maie Landra and Koigu yarns and another on a variety of lace stitches, perfect for the warm summer months.

    See corrections for the patterns in this issue at the Vogue Knitting website.

  • This kimono-style jacket, designed by Jeannie Chin and knit in elann.com Esprit by Elaine Weyuker, is best suited to experienced knitters and features a simple yet elegant all over slip stitch pattern. The low V neck, three quarter length sleeves, and patch pockets work together with alternating reverse crochet strips on the borders to create an elegant cardigan that is suitable for the workplace or for an evening out. In sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL (finished bust 37, 40, 44.5, 47.5, 52.5"; finished length 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5, 30"), it uses 1760 yards of the main color and 352 yards each of two contrasting colors of sport weight yarn (24 st) - works out to 18 balls of the main color and 4 balls each of two contrasting colors of elann.com Esprit.
  • This kimono-style jacket, designed by Jeannie Chin, is best suited to experienced knitters and features a simple yet elegant all over slip stitch pattern. The low V neck, three quarter length sleeves, and patch pockets work together with alternating reverse crochet strips on the borders to create an elegant cardigan that is suitable for the workplace or for an evening out. In sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL (finished bust 37, 40, 44.5, 47.5, 52.5"; finished length 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5, 30"), it uses 10 balls of the main color and 2 balls each of two contrasting colors of Lana Grossa Elastico (96% cotton/ 4% polyester - sport weight - 24 st/4" - 176 yards per 50g ball), or 1760 yards of the main color and 352 yards each of two contrasting colors of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • A casual attention-getter, this boxy short-sleeved sweater, designed by Michael Kors, is defined by its shawl collar, deeply ribbed edges and wide full-fashioned raglan sleeves. In sizes S, M, L, 1X, and 2X (finished bust 37, 41, 45, 49, 53"; finished length 25, 25.5, 26.25, 26.75, 27.25"), it uses 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 balls of Classic Elite Yarns Posh (silk/cashmere – 18 sts/4" – 125 yds per 50g ball) or 1125, 1250, 1375, 1500, 1625 yards of substitute yarn which knits 18 sts/4".
  • Multidirectional Lace Jacket, designed by Mari Lynn Patrick, is elegant intricacy incarnate. The fronts are knit on the bias, starting at the side-seam corners - the back, straight up with the center pattern shifting in and out - the sleeves, in a repeat of one of the smaller lace patterns in the body. In sizes S, M, and L (finished bust 34, 37.5, 39"; finished length 24.5, 25, 25.5"), it uses 8, 10, 11 balls of Reynolds Saucy Sport (123 yards per 50g ball), or 984, 1230, 1353 yards of substitute sport weight yarn.
  • Figure-Flattering Cardigan, designed by Margaret O'Leary, features full-fashioned eyelet raglan shaping and gathered sleeves. Front edges are faced with grosgrain ribbon and buttonholes are machine stitched on right front. In sizes XS, S, M, L, and XL (finished bust 31, 35, 39, 43, 47"; finished length 21.5, 22.5, 23, 24"), it uses 9, 11, 12, 14, 15 balls of Nashua Handknits June (DK weight - 21-23 sts/4" - 120 yards per 50g ball), or 1080, 1320, 1440, 1680, 1800 yards of substitute DK weight yarn.
  • Designed by Shiri Mor, this flatteringly detailed cardigan features a diagonal eyelet pattern on the front, short sleeves, and gentle ribbing at the waist. In sizes S, M, L, and XL (finished bust 34, 36, 38, 40"; finished length 19.5, 20.5, 21.5, 22.5"), it is perfect over both tailored or more casual wear. It uses 7, 9, 10, 12 balls of Lion Brand Organic Cotton (100% cotton - aran weight - 82 yards per 50g ball) or 616, 792, 880, 1055 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and yardage.
  • This lacy tank top, designed by Nancy Cassels, combines classic lace patterns and a modern shape. Cool and flowing, pair this with jeans for a casual outing, or a skirt for a dose of feminine elegance. In sizes S/M and M/L (finished bust 34, 38"; finished length 23"), it uses 4, 5 skeins of Louet Sales Euroflax Sport Weight (100% Linen - sport weight - 24 st/4" - 135 yards per 50g skein) or 540, 675 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and yardage.
  • Flouncy Baby-Doll Dress, designed by Shirlely Paden, in sizes S, M, and L (finished bust 34, 37, 40"; finished length 32, 32.5, 33") uses 13, 14, 15 balls of Ann Blatt Louxor (cotton - 153 yards per 50g ball), knit to a gauge of 20 st/4" over lacy knots pattern.
  • Simple and elegant, this shell, designed by Jean Suzuki, is anything but basic. Knit from side-to-side, the gentle texture of the garter stitch body together with dramatic cables at the front and back neckline create a shapely and stylish top, perfect both on its own for the warmer seasons, or as a layer when the weather cools. In sizes S, M, L, XL and XXL (finished bust 32, 36, 40, 44, 48"; finished length 21, 22, 22.5, 23, 23.5) it uses 9, 11, 12, 14, 15 balls of Filatura Di Crosa Brilla (42% cotton/58% rayon - DK weight – 22-28 st/4" - 120 yards per 50g ball), or substitute 1089, 1331, 1452, 1694, 1815 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and yardage.

Here is a wonderful selection of over 31 items to make for women and babies - 27 for women, 5 for babies. With the focus on color and stitch work in lightweight yarns, there is a selection of sleeveless and short sleeved tops, cardigans, long sleeved pullovers, summer dresses, a short sleeved jacket and skirt set, a lacy cover-up, and a rainbow colored cape to knit for women. There is also a pattern for a beautiful crocheted 3/4 sleeve jacket with a satin ribbon detail. For babies, there is a colorful baby jacket designed by Elizabeth Zimmerman and there are also patterns for 2 cardigans, a blanket and pillow set, and a cabled and ribbed full length onesie embellished with embroidered flowers and crocheted edges. You will find an interesting article on neckline and edging options and another on different cardigan closures such as frogs, I-cord buttonholes, and more. There is also a wonderful article about Maie Landra and Koigu yarns and another on a variety of lace stitches, perfect for the warm summer months.

See corrections for the patterns in this issue at the Vogue Knitting website.

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