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Knit Wit is a new voice for and home to the modern craft movement. Through captivating photography and thoughtfully-arranged storytelling, we aim to celebrate the dynamic world of contemporary fiber arts and craft; to create a publication that is as richly beautiful and exciting as the work and community it reflects.
With an internal motto of “interest over instruction,” Knit Wit seeks to engage and inspire; to clear an inclusive space that is inviting and comfortable for masters, hobbyists and newcomers alike. It’s a publication for anyone with a curious mind, a love of design and an interest in people.
Issue 10 – Spring / Summer 2016
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.