VOGUE KNITTING SPRING/SUMMER 2010
- SPOTLIGHT ON: NAMASTE: Meet a company whose knitting-accessory outlook is a true family affair.
- MEG SWANSEN: KNIT 2 TOGETHER: When it came to knitwear design, Meg and EZ were living proof that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
- BEYOND KITCHENER STITCH: An in-depth look at Kitchener, plus ways to graft combinations of knit and purl stitches using charts. By Joni Coniglio
- PROJECT KNITWEAR: Project Runway alum Gordana Gehlhausen makes it work with needles and yarn.
- ENCHANTED LACE: Lavish capelets hark back to the Jazz Age.
- DECORATIVE DETAILS: Intricate stitchwork, also inspired by the flapper era.
- SOFT AND SENSUAL: Mohair's ethereal halo lends itself to sheer perfection.
- GLOBAL FUSION: The earthy elegance of classic warm-weather knitting.
- ON NEUTRAL GROUND: Lutz & Patmos and Twinkle take their hue cues from the season's natural palette.
- IVORY COAST: A lacy bounty of beachwear in shades of pearl.
- NECK AND NEXT: Summer scarves dress up barred shoulders in a very cool way.