Warm Days and Cool Nights is a collection of 11 projects that range from a striking plaid jacket and Fisherman’s Rib, colorwork cardigan to fun socks for the whole family and a bold geometric hat.
Learn how Kelsey Patton’s desire to knit a sweater at the age of 13 turned into a lifelong career in fiber, the start of The Fiber Mill, and her hopes for the American wool industry. In the technical article, designer Kyle Kunnecke is helping beginners make “the cut” and steek fearlessly. And go wild for color in this issue’s Maker’s Tools. We’re sharing Stephen West’s new Painting Shawls book, a gorgeous set of natural dyes, a must-have tape measure, notion set, and more.
The fiber review for this issue suggests we rethink what tweed is “good” for and spotlights four unique yarns from traditional Donegal Tweed to modern blends. And finally, a small-town LYS shares how a community that stitches together stays together.