VOGUE KNITTING WINTER 2012/13
- SPOTLIGHT - THE CENTER FOR KNIT AND CROCHET PROJECT: Could the fiber arts soon see a bona fide museum dedicated to its storied heritage? A devoted yarn-shop owner and growing group of starry supporters are working hard to make this dream a reality.
- MEG SWANSEN: EZ classic Icelandic Overblouse, reimagined in stockinette stitch.
- DEBORAH NEWTON: The designer on stress-free intarsia knitting.
- THE ORDER OF THE GARTER: All knit, all the time has its distinct advantages. By Carol Sulcoski
- TAKING A VACATION FROM GAUGE: Interesting things happen when you ignore what's written on the ball band. By Robyn M. Schrager
- KNIT RED: Taking fashion's pulse, we present a valentine to great style and long life: eleven elaborately cabled studies in scarlet designed in support of Stitch Red, the knitting industry's love letter to women's heart health.
- ABSOLUTE CITRON: Zesty lemon and lime infuse the perfect turtleneck with zingy flavor and a robust dose of vitamins K and P.
- AU NATUREL: It's oh-so-nice to knit Mother Nature, in pictorial forms of lush bouquets and wild-at-heart animal prints.
- MAD ABOUT BLUE: Blues in winter are as mercurial as the season, spanning the spectrum from icy frost to saturated sky.
- INTRODUCING MICHAEL BASTIAN: The award-winning men's-wear designer debuts a show-stopping reversible Fair Isle cardigan from his new Michael Bastian by Josh Bennett collection.
- KEEP IT CASUAL: A trio of dapper designers discuss why their men's sweaters are the prefect look for dress-down days at the office and beyond.