Our new issue, The Knitter issue 107, is on sale now and is packed with bright and beautiful colourwork patterns to brighten up a grey day.
In our latest issue our designers have looked to tapestries and woven fabrics from around the world for their patterns packed with colour, warmth and fun. These include a sweater by Vithard Villumsen (our first pattern from Denmark’s ‘Prince of knitting’) inspired by antique kilim rugs, plus a stylish bag, a chic hat and slip stitch cowl, and a colourwork top by Mary Henderson.
Gansey patterns appear on Sarah Hatton’s modern cardigan; lace and cables combine on Romi Hill’s clever saddle-shoulder sweater for women; and soft cables make an impact on our luxurious cushion.
Historian Penelope Hemingway explains how to recreate historical knits from old photographs, while our masterclass this issue explores the technique of double knitting.
Plus your free gift this month with print and digital copies is this beautiful pattern booklet from Rowan, featuring a stunning Fair Isle jacket by Lisa Richardson.
The Knitter is also available as a digital edition, for Apple phones and tablets, Android phones and tablets, the Barnes & Noble Nook, and to read through Zinio as PDFs. All the links are here.