Vogue Knitting Magazine - Early Fall 2014
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Vogue Knitting Magazine - Early Fall 2014

Vogue Knitting Magazine - Early Fall 2014

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  • Immerse yourself in fabulous fiber this Fall, with 31 wonderfully varied projects in Vogue's Early Fall Edition. There are six lovely lightweight cardigans to knit, including beautifully detailed cropped versions by Lisa Hoffman and Sarah Hatton, a kimono-esque wrap by Patty Lyons, and Ellen Liguori's offering in silk mohair is pure airy confection. Nicole Miller makes a statement with her scoop-neck pullover, featuring bands of knit-in horizontal stripes overlaid with vertical crocheted bars, and bold linear patterns grab our attention in another set of casual pullovers. Three designers work their style elements and/or interesting motifs into separate seasonal designs, like Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton's use of dynamic, square openwork patterns for Summer and Fall garments, and Annabelle Speers chunky horseshoe and twisted cables are perfectly styled for Spring and Winter wear.

    Let the man in your life know you think he's dandy, with such dapper designs as Franklin Habit's fitted botanical-patterned waistcoat and a fun collection of knit ties. You can even encourage him to 'take a walk on the wild side', as you ramp up your sock knitting with five boldly-patterned pairs. Deborah Newton is here with a terrific tutorial on patch pockets, and six new knitting titles are reviewed. Plenty of inspiration can be found within these pages, including 'Knit for Life', an interesting article on the health benefits of knitting, so go ahead and let this issue fill your Summer with great ideas and plans for Fall - it's good for you!

    Preview all of the designs at the Vogue Knitting website.

Immerse yourself in fabulous fiber this Fall, with 31 wonderfully varied projects in Vogue's Early Fall Edition. There are six lovely lightweight cardigans to knit, including beautifully detailed cropped versions by Lisa Hoffman and Sarah Hatton, a kimono-esque wrap by Patty Lyons, and Ellen Liguori's offering in silk mohair is pure airy confection. Nicole Miller makes a statement with her scoop-neck pullover, featuring bands of knit-in horizontal stripes overlaid with vertical crocheted bars, and bold linear patterns grab our attention in another set of casual pullovers. Three designers work their style elements and/or interesting motifs into separate seasonal designs, like Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton's use of dynamic, square openwork patterns for Summer and Fall garments, and Annabelle Speers chunky horseshoe and twisted cables are perfectly styled for Spring and Winter wear.

Let the man in your life know you think he's dandy, with such dapper designs as Franklin Habit's fitted botanical-patterned waistcoat and a fun collection of knit ties. You can even encourage him to 'take a walk on the wild side', as you ramp up your sock knitting with five boldly-patterned pairs. Deborah Newton is here with a terrific tutorial on patch pockets, and six new knitting titles are reviewed. Plenty of inspiration can be found within these pages, including 'Knit for Life', an interesting article on the health benefits of knitting, so go ahead and let this issue fill your Summer with great ideas and plans for Fall - it's good for you!

Preview all of the designs at the Vogue Knitting website.

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