VOGUE KNITTING EARLY FALL 2012
- KNITTING YOUR WAY AROUND ICELAND: Franklin Habit, pen and needles in hand, reports on his rollicking knitting adventure in the stitch-centric Land of Fire and Ice.
- SPOTLIGHT ON: LOANI PRIOR: The Aussie designer puts the kettle on and hosts a party for her exuberant knitted tea cozies.
- 2012 COLOR ALERT: Spin the color wheel to change the mood and mode of a single graphic sweater.
- MEG SWANSEN: FEAR OF FAIR ISLE?: Meg and her Knit Camp compadre Amy Detjen put on their teacher caps to answer frequently asked questions about two-color knitting.
- DEBORAH NEWTON: THE FINISHER'S BEST FRIEND: Learn how to watch the swatch: It tells you the story of your work-in-progress, from start to seaming.
- PLYING CLOST TO HOME: Meet the talents behind Tahki•Stacy Charle's new made-in-the-USA yarn. By Rebecca Klassen.
- SHEER DELIGHTS: Ply a game of fashion peekaboo with gorgeous gossamer tops that are lighter than air.
- RUFFLES!: With plenty of flounce to the ounce, self-ruffling yarns add a feminine flourish to ebullient designs.
- GLITZ & GLAMOUR: Spark a trend: Chic evening looks in shimmering metallic fibers.
- KNIT 2, WEAR AS 1 : Complementary separates in combos of cobalt and emerald will get you nothing but compliments.
- RHAPSODY IN BLUE: Mellifluous lace patterns travel across azure accessories like clouds in a perfect sky.