September 197- Out now!



In this month’s edition of Knitting, our talented designers have taken a modern look at some of the more traditional colourwork techniques. We have a beautiful palette of 24 stunning colourwork knits in bold designs including Fairisle and intarsia. Including Jo Allport’s innovative Diagonal Fairisle Jumper with a modern diagonal motif and pretty lace sleeves; Rachel Brockman’s Pollen classic yoked cardigan knitted in one piece and then steeked to transform it from sweater into jacket; Pat Menchini’s on-trend Sub-division sweater which features a geometric shape design on a slouchy three-colour raglan with a colourwork yoke; and Natalie Warner’s chunky and soft Parquet snood with stranded colourwork Fairisle pattern; plus many more! This issue features an exciting guest column from Lea Redmond, the amazingly creative and delightful creator of Letters to My…, the brains behind the World’s Smallest Post Service and author of the beautiful book Knit the Sky. Lea looks at how knitting can help you look both at the world around you and your own mood with fresh eyes, and shares two of the lovely mindful projects from her book. We’ve also got a special Stylish Baby Knits supplement that features 7 gorgeous designs that you will love to plan, work on and give to a new parent. So with all that plus all our regular features, you’ll find plenty of things to keep you occupied in the September issue of Knitting, out now!

Fancy a sneak-peek of this issue? Then check out some of the featured designs below:


Diagonal Fairisle jumper by Jo Allport


Pollen– Rachel Brockman


Parquet– Natalie Warner


Vonuala– Brian Smith


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  • Date 25th July 2019
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