As the weather takes its first tentative steps toward Spring, it's time to jump headlong into next season's knitting. This issue of Vogue Knitting packs the summer love inside, with 28 fresh knits focusing on a few key trends.
Classic black and white is sheer magic combined with eyelet mesh in eight designs including pullovers, cardigans, a bomber jacket, and Mary Beth Temple's stunning, midi-length, tank dress, cleverly designed with varied lace panels. Luxurious lace projects bring pastels back into view and let you show off your skills, with long scarves, a tunic, plus v-necked tee. You'll stay chic and comfortable with four fashionable hoodies (perfect for layering) and what's 'knot' to love about Shiri Mor's hippie-chic sleeveless top with its dramatic openwork macrame back. Six delightfully different pieces throw a colorblocking punch, with charismatic color palettes and dynamic design details. Pat Olski's modern caftan is eye-catching, easy-dressing at its best!
Rounding out the issue are great articles by Meg Swanson and a feature on new designer Tanya Taylor, plus reviews of eight fresh knitting titles. Show those needles a little love this Spring with something from this captivating collection.
See corrections and preview all of the designs at the Vogue Knitting website.