VOGUE KNITTING WINTER 2019/20
- COLOR, CAKE, AND CAMARADERIE: Aimée Osbourn-Gille serves up tea along with hand-dyed delights at her Parisian knit café.
- JONAH’S HANDS: Crochet prodigy Jonah Larson.
- SWING TIME: How to flatter with A-line shaping, explained by Meg Swansen.
- A FLOCK OF HER OWN: Charis Walker tends to heritage sheep and the land they graze.
- BOLD COLOR, 3-D POP: Bright, fun accessories in exaggerated stitches.
- A KALEIDOSCOPIC EYE: British designer Georgia Farrell is inspired by art and architecture.
- BUILT ENVIRONMENT: Designer Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton lives life on her own terms.
- OPEN AND SHUT: Four cardigans make the case for versatile style—with or without buttons.
- KNITTING, SERIOUSLY: Julia Farwell-Clay melds techniques, colors, shapes, and textures into one folkloric pullover.
- GARDEN PARTY: This curated collection takes feminine cables and lace from dreamy to dramatic.