Vogue Knitting Magazine - Holiday 2009
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Vogue Knitting Magazine - Holiday 2009

Vogue Knitting Magazine - Holiday 2009

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  • Here are 31 stunning fashions to knit just in time for the holidays. There are capelets, cowls, coats, cardigans, pullovers, scarves, socks, hats, lace medallion fingerless gloves, and a classic, but baby-sized, Alice dress. Designer Jared Flood continues with his tips on circular knitting with his second installment of "Going Seamless," which includes tricks to convert flat-knitted set-in and raglan sleeves into a one-piece seamless yoke. Designer Veronik Avery talks about her new yarn, pattern, and magazine company in an informative article "The Multitasker of Montreal." This timeless issue will inspire your creativity for years to come.

    Preview designs and find corrections for this issue at the Vogue Knitting website.

  • Eyelet cowl with I-Cord drawstring makes a versatile and head-turning addition to your seasonal wardrobe! Knit in the round using a simple eyelet pattern, it offers cuddly warmth as a neck warmer, or it can be pulled up over your head and worn as a cozy hood. Suitable for advanced beginners, in one size (24" x 15"), it uses 376 yards of yarn which knits 15 st/4" over eyelet pattern, using 5mm (US 8) needles.
  • Simply beautiful worn in a multitude of ways, the Eyelet cowl with I-Cord drawstring makes a versatile and head-turning addition to your seasonal wardrobe! Knit in the round using a simple eyelet pattern, it offers cuddly warmth as a neck warmer, or pulled up over your head and worn as a cozy hood. Keep things loose with the drawstring at the bottom, or cinched in close, with the drawstring at the top. Suitable for advanced beginners, in one size (24" x 15"), it uses 376 yards of yarn which knits 15 st/10 cm (4") over eyelet pattern, using 5 mm (US 8) needles. Our sample was knit by Lynn Graham using just over 3 balls of Jojoland Rhythm (100% wool - worsted weight - 18-20 st/10 cm (4") – 100 m (110 yd) per 50g ball).
  • This beautiful cardigan is accented with cables that criss-cross from the short sleeves to form the yoke. Knit from side to side, the front and back are embellished with vertical bands of texture, while stitches are picked up for the neckline for the distinctive welt-and-bobble trim. Suitable for experienced knitters, this design is available in sizes S, M, L, XL, XXL, (finished bust measurements 34, 38.5, 42, 45.5, 49.5"; finished length 27.25, 28.25, 29.25, 30.25, 31.75")and uses 11, 13, 14, 16, 18 balls of Zitron/Skacel Collection Ecco (100% merino wool - worsted weight - 20 st/4" - 120 yards per 50g ball), or 1320, 1560, 1680, 1920, 2040 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • This beautiful cardigan is accented with cables that criss-cross from the short sleeves to form the yoke. Designed by Jenn Jarvis for worsted weight merino wool, this lighter spring/summer version of the cardigan was worked in sport weight elann.com Lara by Svetlana Kasharina. The result of Svetlana using Lara to achieve the gauge of the pattern was a lighter, more open cotton fabric. Knit from side to side, the front and back of this design are embellished with vertical bands of texture, while stitches are picked up for the neckline for the distinctive welt-and-bobble trim. In sizes S, M, L, XL, XXL (finished bust measurements 34, 38.5, 42, 45.5, 49.5"; finished length 27.25, 28.25, 29.25, 30.25, 31.75"), it uses 1320, 1560, 1680, 1920, 2040 yards of worsted weight yarn (20 st/4") – works out to 10, 12, 13, 14, 15 balls of elann.com Lara (24 st/4") yarn.
  • This wonderful cap-sleeved cardigan is worked outward from the center back cable, and the border ribbing and one-button neckband are folded and hemmed for a jaunty look. In sizes S, M, and L (finished bust measurements 35, 37, 39"; finished length 18.5, 19, 19.5"), it uses 8, 9, 10 balls of Trendsetter Yarns Kashmir (65% cashmere/ 35% silk - worsted weight - 20st/4" - 110 yards per 50g ball), or use 880, 990, 1100 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.
  • Slip stitches are used to create a Fair Isle pattern on the upper portion of this long sleeved cardigan. The lower body and center sleeves are worked in a cable pattern, and the front bands are knit in a contrasting color. In sizes S, M, L and XL (finished bust measurements 38, 40.5, 43, 45.5"; finished length 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5"), it is suitable for intermediate knitters, and uses 7, 7, 8, 8 skeins of Aslan Trends Guanaco (60% alpaca/ 40% merino wool – bulky weight – 12-16 st/4" – 145 yards per 100g skein) or 1015, 1015, 1160, 1160 yards of substitute yarn of similar gauge and weight.


Here are 31 stunning fashions to knit just in time for the holidays. There are capelets, cowls, coats, cardigans, pullovers, scarves, socks, hats, lace medallion fingerless gloves, and a classic, but baby-sized, Alice dress. Designer Jared Flood continues with his tips on circular knitting with his second installment of "Going Seamless," which includes tricks to convert flat-knitted set-in and raglan sleeves into a one-piece seamless yoke. Designer Veronik Avery talks about her new yarn, pattern, and magazine company in an informative article "The Multitasker of Montreal." This timeless issue will inspire your creativity for years to come.

Preview designs and find corrections for this issue at the Vogue Knitting website.

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