We’re sorry, Deborah Helmke’s Rhodium pattern on page 48 has the incorrect Actual Bust measurements in inches (the cm figures are correct). In inches they should be: 8-10: 34.5 inches 12-14: 37.75 inches 16-18: 44 inches 20-22: 46.5 inches 24-26: 51.25 inches
We’ve filmed a quick flick through issue 70, so you can see our new patterns and features. It’s our Platinum issue, and it was fun for the team to do a studio fashion shoot that really let the shimmering greys of the collection stand out. We hope this is a collection that will appeal to… Continue reading
We’re excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with craft heroine Kirstie Allsopp to launch the new Handmade Fair at Hampton Court Palace this September! You can enjoy a huge choice of workshops, including yarn & textiles, papercraft, upcycling, jewellery and food, plus sessions in the ‘Super Theatre’ with Kaffe Fassett, Annie Sloan and Cath… Continue reading
Our new issue is out now! Create elegant, timeless knits with our collection of 15 stunning patterns from the world’s best designers. Shades of grey and timeless elegance are celebrated in the first in our new series of seasonal collections, while we also have a handsome vintage-style cardigan for men, a soft lacy poncho from Anniken… Continue reading
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The Spring Knitting & Stitching Show returns to Olympia in London from 13th to 16th March 2014, with over 200 crafting stalls! The great features include The Dressmaking Studio, Contemporary Quilt display, finals of The National Fashion Textiles Competition for Schools and the extensive Learning Curve Workshop Programme.
With over 200 companies exhibiting, whatever your craft passion, you’ll find essential supplies and inspiration.
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Our new issue is out now, for you to buy in all good newsagents or download a digital edition. You can create beautiful garments for women, men and children with our collection of 14 patterns. Many have been inspired by vintage knitwear, including Mary Beth Temple’s chic jacket, Martin Storey’s beaded cardigan, Deborah Helmke’s soft shell top and Sarah Hatton’s charming Fair Isle sweater for boys.
We have a magazine packed with exquisite stitches to inspire your knitting this spring! If you like vintage style, you’ll love Mary Beth Temple’s chic cropped jacket, the bright beaded cardign from Martin Storey, Sarah Hatton’s nostalgic sweater for boys, and Judy Furlong’s elegant lace capelet. Go for glamour with our ruffled V-neck top, and relax in soft shapes from Deborah Helmke.
Toftir (Faroe Family Style supplement)
The Neck shaping section for this pattern is wrong and somehow slipped into the pattern. In fact, when you reach 172 (192:204) sts, just before the neck section, you should then change to smaller needles and work the neck band as printed (ignoring stitch count.)
Sorry for any confusion.
Also the symbols for the charts are a little confusing, as the garment is worked in the round. Please ignore all references to the WS in the Key.
Sugar Shell, page 46
There is a correction to the Sugar Shell top in Issue 69.
In the Lace pattern, Rows 6 and 8, “Sl 1, K1, psso” should be changed to “Sl 1, K2tog, psso”.
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