VOGUE KNITTING HOLIDAY 2010
- RHAPSODY IN RED: The cardinal color for the season is—what else?—red.
- TONE AND TEXTURE: Touchable tops—tiered, sheer, gathered and cropped—give winter wardrobes layering options.
- NATURAL WOMAN: Welted knits in earth tones are rugged yet feminine.
- GOLDEN GIRLS: The glamour of glimmer, dressed up for the holidays.
- MAKE ME BLUSH: Dusky pink scarves to flatter every woman on your gift list.
- BOLD & BEAUTIFUL: Seventh Avenue designers Tom Scott and Wayne play with proportion.
- HAND-PAINT HEAVEN: Self-striping yarns let you work magic into these chic and cozy sweaters.
- SPOTLIGHT ON: OHIO KNITTING MILLS: A treasure-trove of once-forgotten knits is unveiled for hand knitters.
- MEG SWANSEN ON: THE FOUR TOPS: In Part 3 of her series on yokes, Meg pieces entrelac together.
- NICKY EPSTEIN: GARDEN PARTY: Nicky’s florals chain together to embellish a pretty clutch.
- ALL WELT AND GOOD: Designer John Brinegar strikes up the bands in his tutorial on textural ridges.
- THE FLIP SIDE OF SOFTNESS: Soft yarn isn’t always the key to a successful garment. Carol Sulcoski discusses the pros and cons of plushness.