Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Issue 6 online now

The latest issue of knitonthenet is now available online featuring lacy summer tops and accessories. We also have a gorgeous men's tank top from the Jane Waller archive which we have multi-sized.

We also have some new features in this issue - a bi-annual column from Pitti Filati, Europe's largest trade yarn fair and a quarterly column from the Mirasol Project, which will focus on progress at the project. Alongside this, we will have a Du Store Alpakka pattern using their range of Mirasol yarns in every issue.

There are many new developments on the way and new faces to help us continue to improve knitonthenet. The first is Catherine Wilson, also known as Aruba Blue, who will be acting as crochet editor, developing the crochet content of the magazine and answering your crochet queries. More on Catherine soon. We will be introducing another new face in a couple of weeks, but we will save that until then.

We do hope that you enjoy the latest issue and we look forward to a very busy autumn with lots of great things to share with you.

the knitonthenet team

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Blogger Artisan Threads said...

We have loved coming back to this issue and not because you have used our handspun, hand dyed wool. The designs you show are so refreshing and would love to see some of our commercial spun British BFL knitted or crocheted in your designs. By the way is the vintage book out yet!

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