VOGUE KNITTING SPRING/SUMMER 2012
- LIBRARY: A HAND-KNITTER'S TALE: Novelist, poet, critic, activist, literary icon...knitter. The redoubtable Margaret Atwood speaks to Erin Slonaker about her favorite pastime.
- SPOTLIGHT ON: YSOLDA TEAGUE: Great Scot! The Edinburgh-based designer on how her hobby became her career. By Daryl Brower
- MEG SWANSEN: RESPECTING ROW GAUGE: Row, row, row your gauge. Meg merrily explains why row gauge is so crucial to knitting success.
- DEBORAH NEWTON: FINISH BEFORE YOU START: Newton's premiere column is paean to finishing.
- PROJECT RISD: A teen-geared knitwear-design program at the Rhode Island School of Design is cultivating the talent of tomorrow. Plus: Meet the young winner of the Vogue Knitting Challenge.
- A BRIEF HISTORY OF CIRCULAR NEEDLES: Carol Sulcoski circles back in time to track the history of one of knitdom's favorite tools.
- OBJECTS OF DISIRE: A still-life gallery come to life: Ten spring essentials inspired by Cezanne's masterful tough with color, light and texture.
- RETHINK PINK: A girlhood favorite grows up to be quite the flirt.
- A MIDSUMMER KNIT'S DREAM: Ethereal shells, tanks and tees fit for a love-stuck heroine.
- THE BACK STORY: A secret garden of knits with stunning views all the way around.
- TOP STORY: Twinkle and M. Patmos put some spring into their stitches.
- SUMMER SPLASH: The coverup is ready for its closeup.