Amirisu Issue 24
29,00 EUR
Harmonized by a soft palette of pastel and neutral hues, the twelve knitwear designs in this issue are inspired by the customs, family traditions, and special places that have contributed to each designer’s heritage.

Participating designers: Rosemary (Romi) Hill / Leeni Hoimela / Rastus Hsu / Sari Nordlund / Inese Sang / Megumi Sawada / Susanne Sommer / yamagara / Yucca / Dianna Walla & amirisu
Feature: Craft Guide to Toronto
Three locals, Laura Chau and Kiyomi & Sachiko Burgin, share some of their favorite spots in the city.
Plus, a project from Lori Ann Graham, a machine-quilted tote bag project, a look at Retrosaria Rosa Pomar’s new shop, 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.
Arroyo
17,50 EUR
Available in different colors
Candide
6,90 EUR
Available in different colors
Le Lambswool
13,00 EUR
Available in different colors
Meet & Greet
0,00 EUR
Aleks Byrd will be at our LYS for a Meet&Greet on Monday, July 11th from 5-7 pm.

See all the samples from Traditions Revisited - Modern Estonian knits in person to get some inspiration for your next cast on as well as getting your book signed by the author.

You can attend the Meet&Greet for free. In case it gets to crowded there might be a little waiting time.
Nube
14,00 EUR
Available in different colors
POM POM Magazine
22,00 EUR
We're marking this very special occasion with a bumper issue which includes 13 patterns by designers who we knew would perfectly capture the heart and soul of Pom Pom. Look forward to a collection of joyous knitting and crochet, along with a crafter’s guide to London and a recipe for the most beautiful madeleines we’ve ever seen. You'll find these patterns a versatile mix of pieces for warmer and cooler climes, and we’ve gone all out with a double cover!

Featuring designs by:
ISA CATEPILLÀN, SARI NORDLUND, MARIE RÉGNIER, INYOUNG KIM, GINA FAMA RÖCKENWAGNER, DAWN HENDERSON, AMAlLIA SIEBER, XANDY PETERS, SYLVIA WATTS-CHERRY, KIYOMI BURGIN, SACHIKO BURGIN, JAMES N WATTS, and AINUR BERKIMBAYEVA 
Robinson
12,90 EUR
Available in different colors
Roosimine - Estonian Inlay Knitting
55,00 EUR
Hooray - Alex Byrd will be here soon !
On Tuesday, July 12th from 6.00 to 9.00 pm she will teach Roosimine - Estonian Inlay Knitting at our LYS.
The Workshop will be held in English. Please bring along the material mentioned below - we will care for drinks & snacks.

Roosimine is an Estonian inlay technique that creates the appearance of embroidery through intentional floats in contrasting yarn on the right side of your knitting. It’s the perfect technique to add some embellishment to your knitting that is easier than intarsia. The name Roosimine translates to “decorating with roses”, which comes from a style of short stitch embroidery done on the Estonian island of Muhu.
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate - Students should be comfortable knitting in the round and reading from charts

MATERIALS:

4mm / US 6 needles for knitting small circumference (Double pointed needles or circular needles for magic loop)
Stitch markers
DK yarn in 2 contrasting colours approx. 20g of each colour. Make sure the yarn is easy to pull from both ends of the ball (for working with two strands at a time).
Silk Mohair
11,00 EUR
Available in different colors
Susurro
22,50 EUR
Available in different colors
Traditions Revisited: Modern Estonian Knits
35,00 EUR
For a small country on the Baltic Sea, Estonia’s tradition and love for handicraft greatly surpasses its size. Estonian knitting is all about techniques, embellishment and regionality. Each knit tells a story about the knitter and where they live. Aleks Byrd's book Traditions Revisited – Modern Estonian Knits is an introduction to Estonian knitting, both traditional and traditional-inspired. It includes 19 patterns, ranging from mittens to sweaters, that blend seamlessly with modern knitting styles.

Aleks Byrd – whose roots are in Estonia, Canada and the USA – is a knitwear designer based in Bath, UK. In addition to knitwear design, she works as an illustrator and teaches Estonian knitting techniques around the world. In her designs, tradition and Aleks’ own, graphic style meet. With her book, Aleks wants to make traditional Estonian techniques accessible to everyone while at the same time building a bridge between Estonian knitters and the international knitting community.

216 pages
19 knitting patterns (10 sweaters, 1 cardigan, 1 dress, 1 vest, 2 shawls, 1 cowl, 1 hat, 1 pair of socks, 1 fingerless mitts pattern, 1 mittens pattern)
All sweaters and cardigans come in 10 sizes and fit a bust circumference from approximately 32 up to 66 at minimum
Detailed, illustrated tutorials for 5 traditional Estonian knitting techniques
Both charts and written instructions provided
Hardback
Language: English (also available in Finnish)
Weight: Approx. 1080 g / 2.4 lb
205 x 270 x 27 mm
ISBN: 978-952-7468-09-8
Printed in Latvia
Print only, no digital download code available.