Vogue Knitting Magazine - Winter 2009/10
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Vogue Knitting Magazine - Winter 2009/10

Vogue Knitting Magazine - Winter 2009/10

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  • Featuring an assortment of 28 designs perfect for cooler weather, this issue of Vogue Knitting Magazine is sure to be a winner. You will find designs for pullovers, cardigans, vests, and tunics, as well as for mitts, a hat, and scarves. New York designer Josh Bennett gives us three classic patterns for me, 2 cardigans and a vest. If you are looking for drama and exuberance, several patterns for women make a graphic statement with colorwork combined with contemporary shapes and shaping. There is an article on how you can help with wartime knitting and the Library section will introduce you to the latest books on the market. Each pattern comes with full pictures as well as all charts and abbreviations needed.

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

  • The garter-stitch belt at the back of this waistcoat cardigan, designed by Jennie Atkinson, emphasizes the already shapely silhouette of this design. The fronts bands, notched collar, and cuffs are worked in garter stitch for a hint of dramatic flare. In sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL (finished bust 37.5, 40.5, 43.5, 47.5, 51.5"; finished length 23.5, 24, 24, 24.5, 25"), it uses 10, 11, 12, 14, 15 balls of Alpaca with a Twist Baby Twist (100% alpaca - DK weight - 22 st/4" - 110 yards per 50g ball), or 1100, 1210, 1320, 1430, 1540 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • This romantic cable-yoked cardigan, designed by Amy Polcyn, is worked in one piece from the top down from stitches picked up at the yoke. Subtle shaping at the waist is achieved with a band of wide ribbing. In finished bust measurements 34, 36, 38" (finished length 23.5, 24, 25"), it uses 8, 8, 9 balls of Bergère de France Origin Mohair (58% mohair/ 37% nylon/ 5% wool - 15st/4" - chunky weight - 98 yards per 50g ball) or use 784, 784, 882 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • This shawl collared cardigan, designed by Cathy Carron, features elbow length sleeves and is knit from top-down. The contrasting color sleeves are off set by the wide black collar and the double waistband for an eye-catching look. In sizes S, M, L, XL, XXL (finished bust 34, 37.5, 41, 45.5, 49"; finished length 20, 21, 22.5, 24, 25" ), it uses 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 balls of Skacel Alpaca Seta (75% baby alpaca/ 18% silk / 7% nylon - DK weight - 20 st/4" - 137 yards per 50g) for the sleeves and back (yarn A) and 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 balls of Schulana Sumerino (100% merino extrafine wool - DK weight - 21 st/4" - 93 yards per 50g) for the collar and hem (yarn B), or substitute 822, 959, 1096, 1233, 1507 yards of similar gauge and weight yarn for yarn A and 465, 651, 744, 837, 930 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight for yarn B.
  • This dramatic belted tunic, designed by Rosemary Drysdale, features wide ribbing at the hem, V-neck, and armholes, and a drawstring style belt which creates and draws attention to a classic hourglass shape. In sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL (finished bust 46.5, 48.5, 50.5, 54.5"; finished length 34, 35, 36, 37, 38"), it uses 14, 16, 17, 18, 19 balls of Tahki Yarns Tweedy Alpaca (60% wool/ 30% alpaca/ 7% acrylic/ 3% nylon - chunky weight - 15 st/4" - 81 yards per 50g ball), or 1134, 1296, 1377, 1458, 1539 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • This close fitting cardigan is worked in an all over pattern of cabled X's and garter stitch checks and features double layers of ribbing at the collar, cuffs, and hemline for added flounce. In sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL (finished bust measurements 34, 38, 43.5, 47, 52"; finished length 24, 24.5, 25, 25.5, 26"), it is suitable for intermediate knitters, and uses 9, 11, 12, 13, 15 skeins of Aslan Trends Guanaco (60% alpaca/ 40% merino wool – bulky weight – 12-16 st/4" – 145 yards per 100g skein) or 1305, 1595, 1740, 1885, 2175 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • The focal point of this tunic-length pullover is a center cable-and-bobble pattern. It is knit in the round and features raglan short sleeves. In sizes XS, S, M, L, XL, and XXL (finished bust measurements 33, 36.5, 40, 43.5, 48, 51.5"; finished length 26.75, 27.5, 27.5, 28.25, 29, 29.75"), it is suitable for intermediate knitters, and uses 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15 balls of Louisa Harding Thistle (60% merino wool/ 40% baby suri alpaca – aran weight – 18 st/4" – 98 yards per 50g ball) or 784, 882, 980, 1176, 1274, 1470 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.


Featuring an assortment of 28 designs perfect for cooler weather, this issue of Vogue Knitting Magazine is sure to be a winner. You will find designs for pullovers, cardigans, vests, and tunics, as well as for mitts, a hat, and scarves. New York designer Josh Bennett gives us three classic patterns for me, 2 cardigans and a vest. If you are looking for drama and exuberance, several patterns for women make a graphic statement with colorwork combined with contemporary shapes and shaping. There is an article on how you can help with wartime knitting and the Library section will introduce you to the latest books on the market. Each pattern comes with full pictures as well as all charts and abbreviations needed.

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


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