Wool Studio Vol. V Lookbook

Dear Reader,

Welcome to Wool Studio Vol. V! This dark, evocative issue draws its inspiration from the ancient and beautiful city of Florence. The blend of Old-World architecture, Renaissance art, and sleek style make for an issue full of rich colors, capti¬vating construction, unexpected cables, and chic silhouettes. These 10 head-turning projects will have you eager to cast on and wrap up with a dash of panache this winter.

For this collection, we’re returning to a multi-contributor knitwear collection showcasing innovative and alluring designs from both new and established con-tributors. Thank you to all the designers who let their dreams of Florence imbue their knits with a touch of romance and mystery, telling a story through stitches and luxurious fibers.

Meghan Babin, Editor Interweave Knits & knit.wearAs with every issue of Wool Studio, the focus in this collection is on allowing beautiful yarns to shine by forming a design around the fibers, letting the fiber tell us what it wants to be. The result is gorgeous, wearable, and decadent knits for the modern woman’s wardrobe. Thank you to our partners who made this issue exceptional: Kelbourne Woolens, Skacel, Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts, Brown Sheep Company, Tahki Stacy Charles, Fairmount Fibers, The Trendsetter Yarn Group, Sugar Bush Yarns, Plymouth Yarn, Universal Yarn, and Louet North America.

The Wool Studio journey began two years ago with a simple idea: beautiful yarns paired with modern style. I hope it continues to evolve and inspires all who turn its pages.

With love,
Meghan Babin
Editor