VOGUE KNITTING HOLIDAY 2012
- SPOTLIGHT: BARBARA KINGSOLVER: With a new novel, Flight Behavior, set on a sheep farm much like her own, the esteemed novelist discusses her enthusiastic hands-on approach to knitting. By Cheryl Krementz
- MEG SWANSEN: Meg opens the Schoolhouse Press vault to shed new light on Bent Elbows and Vertical Knitted-In Pockets, two Elizabeth Zimmermann firsts.
- DEBORAH NEWTON: Deborah Newton’s “Big Fix” takes the sting out of correcting cable errors.
- MAKE, UNRAVEL, REMAKE: Meet Carol MacDonald, whose fine-art renderings of fiber represent the true nature of mixed media. By Rebecca Klassen
- HIP PARADE: With flare and flair, peplums lend old-school Hollywood glamour to evening wear.
- FOR THE FRILL OF IT: A trio of evening clutches thrill to the frill of self-ruffling yarns.
- SCARLET FEVER: Crimson dresses blossom with florals, rich texture and romance.
- GRAPHIC CONTENT: Casual colorblocked toppers are just what the workday ordered.
- TOM SCOTT: The Seventh Avenue standout chats about his architectural aesthetic and designs that pop out of his dreams.
- PALE RIDERS: Wintry accessories—boot toppers, hats, socks—shimmer in an icy pastel palette.
- TOP BRASS: For major knit style and general excellence, infuse greens and blues with sharp military details.