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Vogue Knitting Early Fall 2014

Have you seen the Vogue Knitting Early Fall 2014 issue yet?

VKEF14Cover_small_webIt was supposed to hit newsstands on July 8. I saw it the other day at my grocery store.

As usual, it is full of interesting articles and eye catching patterns.


VOGUE Knitting Early Fall 2014, photo by Rose Callahan

I was especially excited to see this interesting top in the “Turn, Turn, Turn” section.

Item name: Drop Shoulder Pullover

Designer: Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton

Yarn Information: Noro Taiyo

For sizes: Small, Medium, and Large

Amounts: 4 (4, 5) skeins in #49

Add the Drop Shoulder Pullover to your Ravelry queue.

Not only is this a unique garment that you won’t find it stores, but it looks like a fun sweater to knit, too!

Noro Taiyo yarn is a 40% Cotton, 30% Silk, 15% Wool, 15% Nylon blend with 220 yards per 100 gram ball. With a suggested gauge of 4.5 sts/inch, projects move along at a nice rate.

Hamilton has been experimenting with space and texture lately.UrsulaTopFlyer

She recently released the Ursula Top as an independent pattern.

It is knit using Noro Kirara yarn, a 51% Wool, 29% Cotton, 10% Silk, 10% Angora. I used Kirara to knit my Metalouse shawl a few months ago.

The Ursula Top has interesting triangular openings, compared to the neat and orderly squares of the top in Vogue Knitting.

Add the Ursula Top to your Ravelry queue.

IMG_4704The yarn spotlight page of the Early Fall 2014 issue of Vogue Knitting is about “denim” yarn and includes Jesse from the Louisa Harding line.

Jesse is a 100% Cotton Denim yarn that is available in 22 colors.

You might remember that I used it to knit the Miss Kitty Top from book #125-Jesse.

IMG_3767This picture is from when I first finished the top. It has softened with each washing.

When I first finished the top I was worried the fit was a little snug, but it is better every time I wear it. The yarn is “breaking in” wonderfully!

Add Miss Kitty to your Ravelry queue.

165039Finally, the magazine also has a blurb about the new, hardcover book “Knit Noro 1-2-3”. As the name implies, it is full of patterns you can knit with just a few balls of Noro yarn.

You can preview it on our main website.

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