This issue features twelve knitwear designs that will inspire you with texture and color, created by some of our most favorite designers from Japan and abroad.
Participating designers: Stella Egidi/ Keiko Kikuno/ Mizuho Komiya/ Sari Nordlund/ Rievive/ Megumi Sawada/ Alina Schneider/ Orlane Sucche/ Dianna Walla/ Miyuki Watanabe/ amirisu
From Land to Needles - Tracing our yarns back to their sources
Meri interviews the founders of two yarn companies -- Nomadnoos and Woolfolk -- working to make the world a better place through ethical, sustainable, and regenerative business practices.
Plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, holiday gift ideas, handmade projects using bassen indigo dyeing and weaving, and more.
A4 size/ 130 pages/ Printed in Japan
Download Code: A Ravelry download code of the entire magazine is printed on an inserted card.
In its pages you’ll find accessory and garment patterns that do just that by introducing us to a new technique, a unique construction method, a brave design inspiration. Stories about body image, size inclusivity, and queer identity, shared by a handful of wonderful authors and illustrators, invite you to sit down, read, and question.
ash alberg, Crystal Hiatt, Hanna Lisa Haferkamp, Julia Exner, Julie Robinson, Maria Muscarella, Marina Skua, Renate Kamm, Sari Nordlund
BC Garn, Biches & Bûches, Erika Knight, G-uld, Marina Skua, Tulliver Yarn, Walcot Yarns, Wing And A Prayer Farm, YOTH Yarns
Prepare yourselves for delightful pairings in these winter bright designs, ranging from a designer-yarn dyer collaboration, to two designers working on the same design, to two paired yarns just destined to be worked together!