This sweater accompanies the Fashion Framework article on pockets.
This lovely pullover incorporates lace and cable stitch patterns with subtle waist shaping.
This article by Mary Forte discusses the technique of knitting mitred squares.
This pattern accompanies the Learn Something New! article on mitred squares.
This series provides a discussion of specialized finishing techniques beyond those covered in the Master Hand Knitting Program. This issue’s article provides instructions for darning by Heather Storta.
This tunic/dress uses the brioche stitch which is the topic of the Stitch Anatomy lesson.
These socks won second place in the 2019 Design Contest.
The unique placements of increases and decreases create the asymmetrical shape and cause the lace panel to travel in a diagonal fashion.
This vest is worked from the bottom up and in the round. There are no seams. A three-needle bind off joins the shoulders.
Worked mostly in one color, the body and sleeves actually do work up pretty quickly. Adding the syncopated two-color section in the middle of the chest and at the sleeve cuffs breaks up the rhythm a bit while giving you a chance to work with two colors at a time without needing to strand the unused color across the back. At first you do need to pay some attention to which stitches are slipped and which stitches are knit or purled, but the pattern soon takes on a pace and rhythm of its own.