The Knitter issue 102

The Knitter issue 102
On Sale Date
13th September 2016

Plan your autumn wardrobe with our latest collection of knitting patterns, which include lightweight layers for sunny days and warmer sweaters for when the weather turns cooler.

The Knitter issue 102 contentsLisa Richardson brings us wearable glamour with her beaded batwing jumper, and Emma Vining has incorporated architectural stitch patterns onto her stunning sweater. We have cables galore in this issue, too, including a handsome zip-up jacket for men by Todd Gocken, and a wonderfully indulgent cabled wrap from Caroline Bawn.

Our masterclass shows you how to calculate exactly how much yarn you’ll need for any project – even if you want to adapt it substantially. We also explore the tough world of Victorian knitting schools, and review the best new yarns for autumn-winter.

Plus, in our free supplement, we bring you an elegant lace shawl by Jennifer Wood.

You can view a free preview of the issue here, and also see the patterns in more detail on Ravelry here

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