VOGUE KNITTING FALL 2013
- SPOTLIGHT: KATE DAVIS: Designer and writer Kate Davies honors Shetland fiber traditions. By Rebecca Klassen
- MEG SWANSEN: TAM O'SHANTERS: A short history of the jaunty Scottish cap, plus a blueprint to make it your own.
- DEBORAH NEWTON: FUN WITH A "FAUX" FISHERMAN: The dramatic design possibilities of the perfect applied cable.
- SYNCOPATED BRIOCHE: All you’ve ever wanted to know about this cozy, cushy, endlessly adaptable fabric. By Nancy Marchant
- THE RETURN OF THE DICKEY: A once-ubiquitous accessory makes a splashy comeback. By Cathy Carron.
- BRAVE HAUTE: Great Scot! A bold new range of colors enlivens traditional stitches and fabrics.
- ROCK STARS: See the Zealana Design Contest’s awe-inspiring winners—and meet the designers behind them. Interviews by Franklin Habit
- LADY IN RED: M.Patmos uses one luxurious stitch to create two very different looks.
- EARTH GODDESS: Neutral shades inspired by nature give the colorblocking trend added spark.
- AQUA CULTURE: Knit in bright blues, classic fisherman’s rib dives right into high relief.