VOGUE KNITTING EARLY FALL 2013
- MEG SWANSEN: GOOD PLAIN FUN: The virtues of trance-like knitting, plus a vest for him to embellish (or not).
- DEBORAH NEWTON: IF ONE STRAND IS GOOD, TWO ARE EVEN BETTER: The pleasures of combining single and double stands of yarn in a single garment.
- SPOTLIGHT: REPEAT AFTER ME: Planned pooling in hand-painted yarns. By Carol J. Sulcoski
- ME AND MY SHADOW: Use your illusion: Change the angle of two-color stripes and watch intriguing patterns emerge. By Candace Eisner Strick
Short and sweet, cropped tops are one of the season’s biggest trends. Pink shades and delicate lace evoke English country gardens. Ethereal and fanciful neckwear shines in the Pantone color of the year. Hear them roar: Bold animal motifs come alive on a pride of knitted tops. One versatile silhouette equals endless design possibilities. The iconic varsity jacket gets a feminine update.