Issue 181 – available now!

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This month we’re celebrating the fashion of the fifties with 24 vintage knits inspired by nipped-in waists, flared skirts and Hollywood glamour of the decade. Bronagh Miskelly presents us with her mid-century modern Wisteria twinset, a light and easy to wear design; Pat Strong brings her ribbed Vintage Lace Tee and Retro ‘Woven’ Bag; put your lace skills to the test with Jo Allport’s stylish Audrey cape, perfect as summer knitting – in a beautiful colour-changing yarn! We also explore the art of ribbed lace chevrons, with a detailed masterclass on this fabulous technique (dense yet open, it has a textured feel that’s great for all seasons), and a pattern to go with it. Elsewhere we have the second-part of our hap knit-along and ask Nina Dodd, AKA The Duke of Woolington, about her project to create stealthy urban camouflage knit, plus much more. So travel back in time with our gorgeous collection of knits in the June issue of Knitting, out now!

For a sneak peek check out some featured designs and articles below!

 

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  • Date 3rd May 2018
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  1. Judith McInnis
    6th June 2018 at 5:14 pm · Reply

    I have received a copy of your June issue through Pocketmags. I am VERY interested in making the Nancy design by Jo Allport. However, I cannot print the pages I need (pages 69-71) on my printer in large enough type to make the instructions legible. Can you please help me? I would be more than happy to pay for this pattern in US dollars if such an edition would be possible.
    PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT TO DO.
    I LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVINENCE.

    • Abby Costen
      12th June 2018 at 9:35 am · Reply

      Hi there Judith, we’d be very happy to email you a copy of this pattern in a larger font size. Is the email you’ve commented with correct?

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