This month’s issue is packed full of brightly coloured cable knits to drive away the darkness of the winter months. Cast on and get cosy with shades of red, orange and pink. There are 24 beautiful textured patterns that include; Diospyros by the talented Francesca Hughes, a fluffy roll-neck sweater that is knitted from the top down in the round and uses two silky and fluffy yarns together to create a beautiful orange halo; Elle by Debbie Bliss a bright and cosy asymmetrical super chunky sweater with stunning cable details; Brioche Cables by Helen Metcalfe knitted in Malabrigo Merino Worsted in an all-over cable and brioche pattern, which adds texture to this super-soft merino wool; Esme by Jo Allport a neat little sweater with a striking cable pattern and lace detailed shoulders; and Eleanor shawl by Bronagh Miskelly with a ribbed lace detail that flows over the shoulders and down the back and is knitted in one piece. This month’s Moodboard forecasts trend predictions in knitting for 2020 and our Yarn Review is packed full of sumptuous green-toned yarns for you to get stuck into. We have a fantastic guest column by Gill Guest where she explores the intertwined relationship between maths and knitting, and an exciting interview with Rowan’s retail manager Erica Pask on their brand-new global flagship store at Osprey Home in St Albans. So with all that plus our regular features, you’ll find lots to keep you busy in the January issue of Knitting, out now!
Fancy a sneak-peek of this issue? Then check out some of the featured designs below:
Esme by Jo Allport
Staithes by Jacinta Bowie
Girl on Fire by Amanda Ette Gotfredson
- Date 12th December 2019
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