JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,


Browsing through the new Fall 2014 issue of Twist Collective. Looking at woolly things really isn't the ideal hot summer day activity but I'm easily distracted from the warmth aspect by colours and stitchery. Love the edging on Safra. And Laura Chau's Roxton. Oooo! and Nancy Marchant's Wheat Fields (this last is two-colour brioche ... a technique that originated in Holland and that I want to do more of). Paria is interesting-looking as well ... like Roxton it's a seamless construction (always a bonus, IMO ... I enjoy knitting but hate seaming)

in case anyone's wondering, the trick to seeing more about the designs than one big photo is to hover your mouse pointer over the design name ... that'll open up a small info box that includes a link to a full page of more info and close-up photos of details
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