VOGUE KNITTING SPRING/SUMMER 2013
- SPOTLIGHT: LOTUS YARNS: Luxury fibers from China—cashmere, bamboo, silk, yak and domesticated mink, among them—make their way stateside.
- REBECCA DANGER: MONSTEROUSLY CUTE: The creative knit-toy maven discusses the ins and outs of creature comforts. By Daryl Brower
- MEG SWANSEN: THE EVOLUTION OF INVISIBLE CAST ON/OFF: A popular (though sometimes laborious) technique undergoes a rebirth.
- DEBORAH NEWTON: SHEER ENGINEERING: Finishing a project through thick-and-thin: Tips for neatly and elegantly joining fine-gauge and worsted-weight yarns.
- ADRIENNE SLOANE: THE ART OF WAR: Meet a fascinating fiber artist who sculpts and knits to “rejoin the frayed and unraveled places” around her. By Rebecca Klassen
- LOUISA HARDING’S COLLARFUL ADDITIONS: Decorative collars stitch up quickly, ready to lend “ruff” charm to any neckline.
- SHEER MAGIC: Breezy seafoam, airy lace: It’s a fashion fusion as refreshing as spring itself.
- OPTICAL ILLUSION: Boldface black and white combine in knits that are graphically novel.
- DYNAMIC DUO: Tom Scott and Anna Sui drape to perfection.
- PARLOR PASTELS: The lightest hint of tint boasts the most elegant pedigree for filigree.
- COTTON SOFT: T-shirt yarns imbue crisp classics with casual coziness.