VOGUE KNITTING SPRING/SUMMER 2019
- KINDRED KNITTERS: Plagued by UFOs? Compatible knitters may be the answer. By Meg Swansen
- PALETTES & PATTERNS: British designer Dee Hardwicke interprets the beauty of the natural world, then shares it with the rest of us. By Daryl Brower
- BROOKLYN BOY MAKES GOOD: Louis Boria of Brooklyn Boy Knits is spreading warmth and positivity. By Christina Behnke
- OPEN SEASON: Crisp white lace and eyelets let the sun shine in.
- SUMMER TAN: Sandy hues hold pride of place in every summer wardrobe.
- GOING WITH THE FLO: Florence Spurling parlays her passion for textiles into a multifaceted design business.
- A STITCH IN TIME: If knitting is the canvas, let embroidery be the paint.
- FROM THE TOP: Warm-weather knitting is all about tanks and tees.
- NET ASSET: Drop stitches are the key to achieving a floral motif in a net-like knit.
- ONE-TRACK MIND: Amy Gunderson does it all.
- CAPTIVATING COLOR: Give your spirits a boost with multiseasonal knits in bold, uplifting colorways.