Vogue Knitting Magazine - Fall 2007
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Vogue Knitting Magazine - Fall 2007

Vogue Knitting Magazine - Fall 2007

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  • This special collector issue of Vogue Knitting celebrates its 25th anniversary with more than 60 styles for women, including the 10 best designs of the quarter century, which are featured as 10 covers inside the front cover of this magazine, and their instructions can be found at www.vogueknitting.com. Fifty patterns have complete instructions in this issue. There are patterns for scarves, gloves, hats, and capes. There are also patterns for vests, dresses, pullovers, a skirt, a purse, and cardigans including a delightful wrap cardigan. The designs feature textures and color combinations and will provide you with endless project ideas. New books are reviewed and Hairpin Lace is revisited with full instructions. Fashions and trends over the last 25 years are examined and there is an invaluable article on choosing the most flattering fit. This issue is one that you will want to keep at hand for years to come.

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

  • Cropped Cardigan, designed by Faye Rubenstein, is knit in a textured stitch with star-stitch edgings. Detailing includes a stand up collar, set in sleeves, and a leather cord woven through the edges for closure. In sizes XS, S, M, and L (finished bust 30, 33, 36, 40”; finished length 18.5, 19, 20, 21”), it uses 9, 10, 12, 13 balls of worsted weight yarn (20-22 st/4" - 100m/ 109 yards per 50g ball).
  • Ridged Coat, designed by Deborah Newton, features a variety of textured stitches, including welt-stitch turn-up cuffs. In sizes S, M, L (finished bust 38, 42, 46"; finished length 30.5, 31, 31.5"), it uses 1540, 1760, 1980 yards of chunky weight yarn (16 sts/4" measured over reverse stockinette).
  • Show off your skills with these elaborately cabled gauntlet gloves from designer Deborah Newton. Suitable for experienced knitters, the gloves are available in one size and feature a cuff to fingertip cable and bobble pattern, finished off with wrist pompoms dangling from a mock cord.

    Finished Measurements: 35.5cm (14") circumference at cuff edge
    Yarn: 4 balls Knit One Crochet Too Ambrosia


This special collector issue of Vogue Knitting celebrates its 25th anniversary with more than 60 styles for women, including the 10 best designs of the quarter century, which are featured as 10 covers inside the front cover of this magazine, and their instructions can be found at www.vogueknitting.com. Fifty patterns have complete instructions in this issue. There are patterns for scarves, gloves, hats, and capes. There are also patterns for vests, dresses, pullovers, a skirt, a purse, and cardigans including a delightful wrap cardigan. The designs feature textures and color combinations and will provide you with endless project ideas. New books are reviewed and Hairpin Lace is revisited with full instructions. Fashions and trends over the last 25 years are examined and there is an invaluable article on choosing the most flattering fit. This issue is one that you will want to keep at hand for years to come.

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


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