The pattern for this top accompanies the Skill Building article on seaming garter stitch.
This pattern accompanies the Learn Something New! article on knitting backwards.
This sleeveless top features a lovely lace pattern and a collar.
This pattern calls for fine-weight cotton and larger needles for draping, it is knit flat in two pieces: a front and a back panel. The outcome of a redesign of the overall shape and stitch pattern is a versatile top, great for dressing casually in warmer weather or wearing under a blazer in cooler seasons.
This top is worked from the topdown and features saddle shoulders.
The pattern for this top accompanies the Special Topics in Finishing article on Seaming Saddle Shoulders.
Mary Anne has designed a lovely tunic with stripes worked in three different colors. To find out more about Mary Anne go to the end of the pattern as it is the Pattern from a Member in this issue.
This top includes many of the techniques discussed in the Skill Building articles.
Jennifer has designed a lovely vest/top using two different yarns from Lion Brand’s LB line of yarns. To find out more about Jennifer go to the end of the pattern as it is the Pattern from a Member in this issue.
This pullover is worked seamlessly from the bottom up. The shoulders are shaped with short rows.