VOGUE KNITTING EARLY FALL 2014
- RAINBOW CONNECTIONS: Meet dyer extraordinaire Laura Bryant, founder of Prism Yarn, on the eve of the company’s thirtieth anniversary.
- MEG SWANSEN: JUST DON'T CALL THEM SOX: How a fifteen-year correspondence helped preserve Scottish kilt-hose patterns for future generations.
- DEBORAH NEWTON: DEEP POCKETS: An ode to one of Newton’s favorite embellishments: the patch pocket.
- KNIT FOR LIFE: The Craft Yarn Council has collected scientific evidence that shows what we’ve always believed is true: Knitting, crochet and other needlecrafts can help keep you healthy—and sane.
- THE FINE ART OF KNITTING: Lacy cardis are the paragon of feminine elegance.
- NICOLE MILLER: The 7th Avenue mainstay continues to make waves.
- THE MODERN GENTLEMEN: Fine and dandy looks for him.
- A CERTAIN JE NE SAIS QUOI: Retro alert! Openwork tees channel cool gamine style.
- CHECK, PLEASE: Ikat-like shifts of color create striking colorblock patterning on an elegant reversible wrap.
- TURN, TURN, TURN: Sleeves here, a turtleneck there: Switch up a sweater’s features and motifs to take it from spring to fall in style.