The topic for this issue’s Fashion Framework is drop shoulder sleeves. As with all Fashion Framework articles, it provides a complete discussion of what is involved with knitting this type of project as well as tips for success. It is followed by the Austin sweater pattern which illustrates the topics discussed in the article.
This pattern accompanies the Fashion Framework article which discusses drop shoulder sleeve construction.
This top uses a gradient set of yarn to create a complex color pattern.
The topic of this article is puntas, an Andean technique for edgings. A pattern for a headband accompanies the article.
This pattern for a headband accompanies the Learn Something New! article which discusses the Andean edge technique, puntas.
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 seaming drop shoulder sleeves by Mary Forte.
This sweater, featuring drop shoulder sleeves, accompanies the Special Topics in Finishing article on the topic.
This scarf by Carolyn Vance is one of the Quick Knit patterns in this issue.
This long cardigan, designed by Donna Estin, features a casual tie belt and is soft, comfortable, and easy to wear either belted or open.
This sweater, designed by Heather Storta is a simple, traditional sweater with a drop-shoulder silhouette, with saddle shoulders. This could easily be a unisex sweater!