VOGUE KNITTING FALL 2014
- STUDENT LEADERS: San Francisco fashion students send their knitwear designs down high fashion runways, helping their careers take flight. By Kerry Wills
- MEG SWANSEN: UPDATING A CLASSIC: The story behind the revised edition of Knitting Workshop.
- DEBORAH NEWTON: BRAID PARADE: Newton’s plaited-cable project lets her imagination (and fingers) run wild.
- MODEL FARMING: Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms talks to Daryl Brower about sheep shearing, yarn making, social media, reality television and empowering women.
- COLOR REPORT: Our guide to the top ten yarn colors of the season.
- COOL COMFORT: Dazzling cables put an interesting twist on a time honored technique.
- EILEEN FISHER: The renowned designer is all about elegant simplicity
- WARDROBE ESSENTIALS: Eight need-them-now knits for fall.
- BLANKET STATEMENT: A sweater and shawl take inspiration from an American classic: the Hudson’s Bay Co. point blanket.
- FREE SPIRITS: Boho-chic tops and coats.