RHAPSODY IN RED
The cardinal color for the season is—what else?—red.
TONE AND TEXTURE
Touchable tops—tiered, sheer, gathered and cropped—give winter wardrobes layering options.
Welted knits in earth tones are rugged yet feminine.
The glamour of glimmer, dressed up for the holidays.
MAKE ME BLUSH
Dusky pink scarves to flatter every woman on your gift list.
BOLD & BEAUTIFUL
Seventh Avenue designers Tom Scott and Wayne play with proportion.
Self-striping yarns let you work magic into these chic and cozy sweaters.
SPOTLIGHT ON: OHIO KNITTING MILLS
A treasure-trove of once-forgotten knits is unveiled for hand knitters.
MEG SWANSEN ON: THE FOUR TOPS
In Part 3 of her series on yokes, Meg pieces entrelac together.
NICKY EPSTEIN: GARDEN PARTY
Nicky’s florals chain together to embellish a pretty clutch.
ALL WELT AND GOOD
Designer John Brinegar strikes up the bands in his tutorial on textural ridges.
THE FLIP SIDE OF SOFTNESS
Soft yarn isn’t always the key to a successful garment. Carol Sulcoski discusses the pros and cons of plushness.
IN EVERY ISSUE
Inspirational Yarn Shop
Techniques & Abbreviations
Yarn Buying Guide