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#23 Pleated Top, Vogue Knitting Spring/ Summer 2009

March 6th, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized

This swingy top with ruffled cap sleeves– knit in Trendsetter Yarns’ “Super Kid Seta” asnd prettily embelished wit Crystallized Swarovski Elements–was made for a night on the town. Designer Coralie Meslin worked the pleats along the deep scoop neck by knitting together layers of stitches on double-pointed needles. Featured in Vogue Knitting Spring/ Summer 2009. […]

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#6 Medallion Jacket, Vogue Knitting 2008/09

February 26th, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized

The centerpiece of Mari Lynn Patrick’s curvy shawl-collar cardi is set squarely between the shoulder blades: a crocheteed back medallion, from which stitches are picked up onto double-pointed needles and rayed outward in a knit rib. The lower sleeves and front are worked in a broken rib. it’s shown in “Magic +” from Bergere de […]

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#13 Drop Stitch Scarf, Vogue Knitting Spring/ Summer 2009

February 20th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

Laura Bryant’s summer scarf, in Prism Arts’ “Saki,” is lighter than air in a dropped- stitch reversable basketweave. The multidirectional scheme relies on ladders created by dropped stitches, as well as on rows worked with extra wraps that are droped on the way back. Featured in Vogue Knitting Spring/ Summer 2009. Duration : 0:0:41 Technorati […]

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#18 Cabled Wrap, Vogue Knitting Winter 2008/09

July 7th, 2009 · No Comments · Knitting Size

Deconstructionist Tom Scott makes magic here: His wrap, knit on size 35 needles with four strands of “British Sheep Breeds-Undyed” from Rowan Purelife/Westminster Fibers held together, is worked from side to side in bands of stockinette and reverse stockinette. A wide cable joins the sleeve openings across the back; one entire side flips over to […]

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#1 Knitted Bangles, Vogue Knitting Holiday 2008

June 21st, 2009 · No Comments · Knitting Size

Miyon Im designed these bracelets using various yarns from Lorna’s Laces. They are simply knitted strips in different designs, which are then fitted around a purchased bangle and seamed on the inside. You can use any shape or size of bangle bracelet; just adjust the strip accordingly. Featured in Vogue Knitting Holiday 2008. Duration : […]

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