This issue has patterns for both advanced, adventurous knitters as well as beginners. They feature lace and colourwork, cables and bobbles and different textured stitch patterns. We have an interesting mixture of more rustic yarns and drapey merinos, alpacas and cashmere. Different yarn weights are also put to good use, with thicker yarns and needles used both for intricate, detailed patterns and quicker knits.
Issue 6 was shot in Iceland this August. The rugged landscapes are present throughout the issue, both to serve as inspiration and to provide the most stunning backdrop for the beautiful designs.
This issue showcases a collection that takes in and reflects the delicate light of spring. Muted colors, intricate details and a vintage feel. All pieces are versatile and confortable to wear.
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Keshi by Kirsten Johnstone, Sango by Melissa LaBarre, Asagi by Bristol Ivy, Camellia by Joji Locatelli, Botan by Helen Stewart, Wisteria by Amy Christoffers, Nadeshiko by Leila Raabe, Sumire by Nadia Crétin-Léchenne.