Vogue Knitting Magazine - Fall 2010
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Vogue Knitting Magazine - Fall 2010

Vogue Knitting Magazine - Fall 2010

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  • This exciting edition of Vogue Knitting gives us over 30 superb designs for the fall and winter. Traditional patterns from the past are included in the selection, including a cross-section of pullovers, cardigans, shawls, socks, and accessories, among them an argyle sweater, a gossamer lace shawl, and modern cables inspired by yesteryear. You will find cardigans, pullovers, vests, jackets, socks, hats and scarves. Also find haute couture represented with a series of dramatic designs by Project Runway winner Irina Shabayeva. There is also part two of Meg Swansen's series on Elizabeth Zimmerman's percentage system for knitting sweaters, this time focusing on two-color round yokes, as well an article celebrating Elizabeth Zimmerman's knitting legend by Jared Flood, an interview with Kristin Nicholas, and an informative article on the importance of knitting charts.

    See corrections and table of contents at the Vogue Knitting website.

  • Cable panels lend a smocked effect to the fronts, back, and sleeves of this jacket, designed by Mari Tobita. In sizes S, M, L, XL, 1X, and 2X (finished bust 34, 36, 38, 41, 50, 54"; finished length 26.5, 26.5, 27.25, 28, 28.75, 29.5"), it uses 16, 17, 19, 21, 25, 28 balls of Prism Symphony (80% merino wool/ 10% cashmere/ 10% nylon - DK weight - 21 st/4" - 118 yards per 50g ball), or 1888, 2006, 2242, 2478, 2950, 3304 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • English roses and ivy meander around the crown of this chic and slouchy Fair Isle hat, designed by Sheila Joyne. Worked in the round from the corrugated rib up, this is an excellent first Fair Isle project for an otherwise experienced knitter. With a finished circumference of 20.5" at the brim (finished length 11.5"), it uses 2 skeins each of colors A and B, and 1 skein each of colors C, D, E, and F of Knit One Crochet Too USDK (100% wool - DK weight - 23 st/4" - 88 yards per 25g skein), or 176 yards each of colors A and B and 88 yards each of colors C, D, E, and F of substitute yarn of similar weight and yardage.
  • This shapely shawl-collared cardigan, designed by Heidi Kozar, sports southwestern-inspired motifs across the body and front bands and a delicate birds-eye pattern on the bodice and sleeves. Suitable for intermediate knitters, it is available in sizes S, M, and L (finished bust 36, 39, 42"; finished length 21, 22, 23"), and uses 3, 4, 4 balls of color A, 2, 3, 3 balls of color B, and 1, 2, 2 balls each of colors C and D of Ella Rae Classic Wool (100% wool - worsted weight - 20 st/4" - 219 yards per 100g ball), or 657, 876, 876 yards of color A, 438, 657, 657 yards of color B, and 219, 438, 438 yards each of colors C and D of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • This asymmetrical zipped cardigan, designed by Pat Olski, features a cable that curves around the body, beginning at the neck and morphing into the hem, framing an off-center zippered closure. In sizes S, M, L, and XL (finished bust 35, 37.5, 40, 42.5"; finished length 24.75, 25.25, 25.75, 26.25"), it uses 6, 7, 8, 8 balls of Patons Classic Wool (100% pure new wool - worsted weight - 20 st/4" - 223 yards per 100g ball), or 1338, 1561, 1784, 1784 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Throw down the style gauntlet with these spectacular opera-length fingerless gloves. Designed by Shiri Mor, these close-fitting, above-the-elbow gloves are worked in the round in a lovely cascading lace pattern. Suitable for intermediate knitters, they are sized to fit an adult woman and will stretch to fit most.

    Finished Circumference: Arm 23cm (9"), Hand 15.5cm (6")
    Finished Length: 45.5cm (18")

    Yarn: 302m/330 yd of lace weight (33+ sts = 10cm/4") yarn


This exciting edition of Vogue Knitting gives us over 30 superb designs for the fall and winter. Traditional patterns from the past are included in the selection, including a cross-section of pullovers, cardigans, shawls, socks, and accessories, among them an argyle sweater, a gossamer lace shawl, and modern cables inspired by yesteryear. You will find cardigans, pullovers, vests, jackets, socks, hats and scarves. Also find haute couture represented with a series of dramatic designs by Project Runway winner Irina Shabayeva. There is also part two of Meg Swansen's series on Elizabeth Zimmerman's percentage system for knitting sweaters, this time focusing on two-color round yokes, as well an article celebrating Elizabeth Zimmerman's knitting legend by Jared Flood, an interview with Kristin Nicholas, and an informative article on the importance of knitting charts.

See corrections and table of contents at the Vogue Knitting website.


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