Vogue Knitting Magazine - Winter 2003/04
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Vogue Knitting Magazine - Winter 2003/04

Vogue Knitting Magazine - Winter 2003/04

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  • 35 fashionable designs to knit for fall and winter, including 1 pullover for men and 8 scarf & hat designs for both women and men. This issue features designs by Oscar de la Renta, Adrienne Vittadini, Anna Sui and Joan Vass for tweed jackets and ponchos, red hot sweater and scarf sets, textured sweaters, cozy cables in tunics and cardigans, plus the best thing for the neck - fabulous scarves and wraps in fascinating yarns. Feature articles on buttons, exercises to deal with repetitive strain injury, plus yarn and product news make this issue a valuable reference resource.

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

  • Snow-stopper mock neck pullover, designed by Anna Mishka, combines a diamond-motif Fair Isle with sculptural cable and twisted-stitch ribbing that decreases to form inverted "V" shapes with bobble accents. In sizes XS, S, M, and L, (finished bust 34, 37, 40.5, 43"; finished length 21.5, 22, 23, 23"), it uses Classic Elite Yarns Two.Two (55 yds per 50m) as follows: 12, 13, 13, 14 balls main color, plus 1 ball in contrast color, or substitute 660, 715, 715, 770 yards MC, plus 55 yds CC of bulky weight yarn (12-14 st/4").
  • Snow-stopper mock neck pullover, designed by Anna Mishka and knit in elann.com Peruvian Highland Bulky by Betsy Mamo. Sculptural cable and twisted-stitch ribbing decrease to form inverted "V" shapes with bobble accents. The original design incorporated duplicate stitch embroidery in a contrasting color on its yoke, but Betsy opted for a plain yoke for this version. In sizes XS, S, M, and L, (finished bust 34, 37, 40.5, 43"; finished length 21.5, 22, 23, 23"), it uses 660, 715, 715, 770 yards of bulky weight yarn - works out to 13, 14, 14, 15 balls of elann.com Peruvian Highland Bulky.
  • Classic femininity is a hallmark of this design by Gabrielle Hamill. The subtle shaping of the moss-stitch body is accented with a sheer daisy-patterned yoke worked in laceweight mohair for an ephemeral effect. In sizes S, M, L (finished bust 33, 37, 41"; finished length 20.5, 21, 21.5"), it uses 8, 8, 9 balls of Karabella Aurora Melange (100% wool - worsted weight - 18 st/4" - 98 yards per 50g ball) and 1 ball of Karabella Lace Mohair (61% superkid mohair/ 31% nylon/ 8% wool - laceweight - 30 st/4" - 540 yards per 50g ball), or 784, 784, 882 yards of substitute worsted weight (19-20 st/4") yarn for the body and 540 yards of substitute laceweight (33-40 st/4") yarn for the yoke.
  • Designed by Svetlana Avarkh, this beautiful Fair Isle sweater takes its inspiration from the snowflake. Gently shaped at the waist, the hem and bell sleeves showcase a wide border of an allover snowflake pattern, coordinating with the placed motifs on the bodice. In sizes XS, S, M, and L (finished bust 36, 38, 40, 43"; finished length 20.5, 20.75, 21.25, 21.75"), it uses 6, 6, 7, 7 balls of the main color and 3, 3, 4, 4 balls of a coordinating color of Patons Kroy (75% wool/ 25% nylon - fingering weight - 27 st/4" - 203 yards per 50g ball), or 1218, 1218, 1421, 1421 yards of the main color and 609, 609, 812, 812 yards of a coordinating color of a substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Loose-fitting up to date Aran cardigan with saddle shoulders, designed by Svetlana Kudrevich, features terrific-to-touch textural seed stitch, surrounding elegant, elaborate cable patterning. In sizes S, M, and L (finished bust 38.5, 41, 44"; finished length 21.75, 22, 22.25"), it uses 13, 14, 15 balls of Filatura di Crosa Zara (DK weight – 23 st/4" – 137 yards per 50g ball).

35 fashionable designs to knit for fall and winter, including 1 pullover for men and 8 scarf & hat designs for both women and men. This issue features designs by Oscar de la Renta, Adrienne Vittadini, Anna Sui and Joan Vass for tweed jackets and ponchos, red hot sweater and scarf sets, textured sweaters, cozy cables in tunics and cardigans, plus the best thing for the neck - fabulous scarves and wraps in fascinating yarns. Feature articles on buttons, exercises to deal with repetitive strain injury, plus yarn and product news make this issue a valuable reference resource.

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

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