August 196- out now!

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August issue of Knitting, out now!

This month’s issue of Knitting is all about colour. We are looking at how different shades can influence your mood and how knitting can become part of a healing process if you tune into your feelings and choose shades that will help you with whatever you need, whether that be cheering up, relaxing or just simply being. We’ve got a collection of 26 glorious summer knits in citrus shades perfect for hot holiday crafting- or to brighten up any grey British summer days. Including Bronagh Miskelly’s beautiful Fern Lace Top with cute lace band and button details in a beautiful hand-painted yarn by Malabrigo; Jacinta Bowie’s sunny Riviera Cardigan in a radiant yellow yarn and all over lace and cable pattern; Jo Allport’s Gwen sweater in a vibrant red-ish orange with breezy textured hole pattern; and Caroline Burkett’s Split Back Top with pretty knot stitch panel and moss stitch borders in a lovely coral tone. We’ve also got a guest column from Jeanette Sloan, a writer, teacher, designer and regular Knitting contributor about the on-going heated discussion on racism and inclusivity in the knitting world. Suzy Chiazzari a colour therapist and psychologist investigates the way visible light and colour affects our physical and mental states and how you can use mood-enhancing qualities of different colours in the True Colours interview. So with all that plus all our regular features, you’ll find plenty of things to keep you occupied in the August issue of Knitting, out now!

Fern Lace Top– Bronagh Miskelly

 

Riviera– Jacinta Bowie

Gwen– Jo Allport

 

Zig-Zag– Brian Smith

 

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  • Date 27th June 2019
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