Vogue Knitting Magazine - Spring/Summer 2013
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Vogue Knitting Magazine - Spring/Summer 2013

Vogue Knitting Magazine - Spring/Summer 2013

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  • The latest issue from Vogue Knitting Magazine includes fabulous 32 Spring/Summer designs which feature eyelets and pretty openwork patterns, from traditional lace, geometric motifs and dropped stitches to a plethora of delicate mesh. Inside you will find summer tees, cardigans, pullovers and dresses - there is sure to be something here to tickle your fancy. Louisa Harding shows that collars can be the perfect spring accessory, while Deborah Newton gives you tips on joining sheer and heavier weight yarns together.

    See corrections and preview all of the designs at the Vogue Knitting website.

  • Cropped Lace Cardigan, designed by Anna Sui, features a simple lace pattern. It is worked from side to center back in two panels that are seamed and finished with sewn-in sleeves. In sizes S/M, L/XL (finished width 36, 40"; finished length 18, 21"), it is suitable for intermediate knitters, and uses 7, 9 skeins of Prism Athena (80% cotton/ 20% nylon – bulky weight – 14 st/4" – 76 yards per 57g skein) or 532, 684 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Cropped Lace Cardigan, designed by Anna Sui, shown here knit in Ornaghi Filati Capriccio by elann.com, features a simple lace pattern and a beautiful drape. It is worked from side to center back in two panels that are seamed and finished with sewn-in sleeves. In sizes S/M, L/XL (finished width 36, 40"; finished length 18, 21"), the design is suitable for intermediate knitters, and uses 532, 684 yards of yarn which knits 14 st/4". Elann.com knit the L/XL size of this cardigan using 8 balls of Ornaghi Filati Capriccio, using the 5.5 and 8.0 mm (US 9 and 11) needles called for in the pattern, then wet-blocking the more open lace that resulted to exactly the same width and center back measurements as the original pattern garment. We added 2.5" to the length of the front panels for a longer front drape.

The latest issue from Vogue Knitting Magazine includes fabulous 32 Spring/Summer designs which feature eyelets and pretty openwork patterns, from traditional lace, geometric motifs and dropped stitches to a plethora of delicate mesh. Inside you will find summer tees, cardigans, pullovers and dresses - there is sure to be something here to tickle your fancy. Louisa Harding shows that collars can be the perfect spring accessory, while Deborah Newton gives you tips on joining sheer and heavier weight yarns together.

See corrections and preview all of the designs at the Vogue Knitting website.

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