knit.purl Fall/Winter 2014
knit.wear takes a big step forward as knit.purl with a new cover design. Explore knit-purl combinations, big gauges, bold colorwork, tailored sweaters, and cool accessories.
knit.wear takes a big step forward with the name change to knit.purl and a new cover design. The mission and vision for this special issue remains the same, however-a focus on simpler, stylish, contemporary knit designs with fresh studio photography and interesting articles. In this issue, we explore striking knit-purl combinations, big gauges, bold colorwork, tailored sweaters, cool accessories, and more. Michelle Hunter introduces us to "Navajo ply knitting," an innovative technique that allows for quick changes between single and triple-strand knitting, and then we step into the world of New York Fashion Week with the work of a budding knitwear designer. Handknit designer John Brinegar brings us two exclusive designs and talks to us about his work, life, and favorite yarns.
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Customer Reviews (1)
- what a shame!
- knit. wear. was the only magazine my friends and I waited for with such excitement. When the title changed, so did the entire appeal of what we thought this magazine represented: modern, edgy, and new! Take a look at this cover to get your clue: your magazine has turned "grandma" overnight. Look inside and every article of clothing looks like the cover. They all make your skinny models look 20 pounds heavier! Sometimes change is for the good. Unfortunately, now your magazine is boring and old school. How sad because you have lost 6 avid fans. We haven't purchased one of these magazines all year. May 2016 be a better start. (Posted on 11/29/2015)
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