Making Magazine Making Magazine Issue 13 | Outside
The sun is out and the warmth feels sooo good. There's magic in the air as we dream of new possibilities and new projects...can you feel it? Our newest issue No. 13 / OUTSIDE has arrived and we're ready to soak in all of its sunshine!
Laine Press Laine Magazine - Issue 17
It is time for our delightful summer issue! Laine Magazine Issue 17 — aptly named Here Comes the Sun — feels like the first tender rays of sun after a long winter. The inspiring summer knits and fun, quirky photos create a happy, relaxed mix with a subtle vintage feel. Issue 17, Summer 2023, includes: 11 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided) 4 sweaters, 3 cardigans, 1 top, 2 shawls and 1 pair of socks. An interview with the French designer and debut author Cinthia Vallet An article about an Australian sheep farmer who shepherds a flock of Finnsheep 15,000 kilometres from their homeland. Jeanette Sloan’s Fibre Talk: In this issue, she meets Lissy and Rudi Robinson-Cole, a couple making crochet art inspired by their Māori heritage. Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi gathers experts’ tips on how you can start designing your own knitwear patterns! Where I Knit: In this issue, we meet a Finnish knitter who likes to knit in nature. Seasonal recipes to inspire your summer cooking: tomato confit, lemon fizz mocktail and almond pavlovas. Book reviews. Promo Folder ISSN: 2489-2254 Printed in Estonia Print only. No digital download code available. Designers featured in this issue: Julia Disini, Rastus Hsu, Elena Solier Jansà, Pauliina Leisti, Veronika Lindberg, Marie Régnier, Jacquline Rivera, Lene Tøsti, Maija Vasala, Pope Vergara and Thea Vesterby.
Laine Press Laine Magazine - Issue 16
Laine Magazine Issue 16 brings you to the streets of our beloved Helsinki, the capital of Finland. We will visit a charming bookstore and an edgy record store, and sit down to have a warming cup of coffee. In short, a perfect, slow Saturday. Designers featured in this issue: Fiona Alice, Rachel Brockman, Dee Hardwicke, Thien-Kieu Lam, Lotta H Löthgren, Rosa Pomar, Yan Qian, Eri Shimizu, Anna Strandberg and Orlane Sucche. Issue 16, Winter 2023, includes: 148 pages 11 knitting patterns 5 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 2 shawls, 1 waistcoat, and 1 pair of socks. an interview with Elaine Tom – learn how she became the trusted test knitter for many designers, knitting around 40 sweaters a year! an article on how the Craft Museum of Finland preserves cultural heritage and inspires the crafters of today. seasonal recipes to inspire your winter cooking book reviews Printed in Estonia Print only NEW– Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre – a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Lorraine Amagove Mugere, a Kenyan knitwear and crochet designer. – Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi explores how you can keep your favourite knits around for longer by taking care of them the right way. – Where I Knit – a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot, and talking about crafting in their everyday lives. In this issue, we meet a knitter in Indonesia.
Pom Pom Press Pom Pom - Issue 43
Great knits are like great art because they make us think differently, and the process of making can be even more revelatory! Showing us how we can look to, and beyond, our horizons when it comes to our craft, our 43rd issue is inspired by the work of women artists Etel Adnan and Hilma af Klint. Etel Adnan’s work features landscapes, using bold and unexpected colours to portray the places where the land meets the sky, and Hilma af Klint created large abstract paintings of metaphysical meditations that she felt she had been called on to represent. Both show us distinct ways of looking at the world, and at possible worlds beyond the visible realm, just as a knitter or crocheter can look at a ball of yarn and ponder a plethora of outcomes! Pom Pom’s winter collection of 10 patterns features striking colours and innovative techniques, and bold and imaginative knits that play with pattern and perspective. So whether you fancy a colourwork challenge or just some meditative time as the sun sets in the sky, there’s bound to be something here to expand your crafting horizons! Featuring designs by: AMY BLACKWELL // KJERSTIN ROVETTA // MARZENA KOŁACZEK // AVERY ERB // AUDREY BORREGO // REGINA WIMMER // MARIE RÉGNIER // MER STEVENS // SARAH OPIE Issue 43 also includes an insightful and expansive interview with yarn dyers Jude Harper and Lola Johnson, and a fascinating dig into the history of the colour pink by Hannah McGregor. We are also thrilled to include a bookmark tutorial from artist Elizabeth Ashdown using the centuries-old art of passementerie, and a recipe for a carrot cake from Fi Churchman that will bring an orangey glow to chilly evenings. DIGITAL DOWNLOADSYour purchase of the print magazine also includes access to a digital copy, which will be emailed to you on publication day, 10th November 2022. You can also access a digital copy via Ravelry using the download code printed on the inside cover of the magazine from the same date.
Radam Magazine Radam Issue #3
Radåm Magazine is a new stylish knitting magazine from Latvia! The third issue of Radåm Magazine is about a person who is confident, independent, yet charming and elegant. The designs were carefully selected, drawing inspiration from the urban environment, its architecture, and colours, as well as the current fashion trends: nineties, glamour, and femininity! These are the current trends in high fashion and knitting alike, so you can be assured of having the best designs that suit you! All the designs in this issue present interesting and fashionable stitch patterns or design elements. Whether you need help finding the right design or just trying to get inspiration to create and add to your style, you have nothing to worry about. This magazine is filled with style suggestions to help you find the best ways to combine a particular knit for the fall/winter season, and perhaps, help you see your wardrobe from a new perspective. We’re sure you’d love it. Featuring designs by: Anete Barina, Dina Rogosa, Jekaterina Dmitrijeva, Lana Jois, Nadya Stallings, Paul Haesemeyer, Renate Dziedataja and Zanete Hussain. The issue contains: 10 knitting patterns, superb photography, style recommendations on how to wear each design, an interview with the founder of Dina’s Home of Crafts and knitwear designer Dina Rogosa, a list of techniques & abbreviations and access to demo videos and a Facebook support group for inspiration.
Yarnologie Yarnologie - Volume 2
Yarnologie has always been about supporting our local yarn industry, giving a voice to Australia and New Zealand and tying in with our unique southern hemisphere seasons. From fibre growers to mills, designers and makers – it’s been an honour and a delight to share the stories of the people who grow, make and create with yarn and we’re so excited to continue doing so in print. Alongside our interviews and stories, we include articles that educate (such as our popular Know Your Yarn series) and tutorials for both knitting and crochet. Volume 2 Features Volume 2 is 128 delicious pages filled with inspiring stories and informative articles, accompanied by beautiful photography. This issue is a fibre lover’s delight. We’re getting to know llama fibre, learning about ethically produced Yak (and the delicious yarn it makes!) and deep-diving into all things woolly and worsted in our next edition of Know Your Yarn. Plus you’ll learn how to prepare raw fibre to spin a beautiful yarn; be inspired by our In the Studio interviews (hello gorgeous crochet and knitting!); discover how making has forged a whole community of connections, bringing real joy and meaning to the lives of many and much, much more! Along with our regular features – a bumper Project Inspiration library to get your creative juices flowing, a delicious recipe and two fun How-To Tutorials. Australian made and owned, printed locally using sustainable practices & high-quality FSC certified paper.
Yarnologie Yarnologie - Volume 1
Welcome to Yarnologie – an Australian-based magazine designed to inspire, empower and encourage fellow yarn crafters to try new things, share their creations and just enjoy the goodness of making with yarn. Yarnologie is about sharing the stories of the people who grow, make and create with beautiful yarn, with an emphasis on natural fibres and sustainable practices. Yarnologie has always been about supporting their local yarn industry, giving a voice to Australia and New Zealand and tying in with their unique southern hemisphere seasons. From fibre growers to mills, designers and makers – it’s been an honour and a delight to share the stories of the people who grow, make and create with yarn. Alongside our interviews and stories, Yarnologie includes articles that educate (such as our popular Know Your Yarn series) and tutorials for both knitting and crochet. Each issue also includes a How-To tutorial covering everything from complicated stitches to measuring your work with a gauge ruler; a delicious recipe and our popular What’s On section featuring events, markets, workshops & more. Volume 1 Features: Volume 1 is 128 delicious pages filled with inspiring stories and informative articles, accompanied by beautiful photography. Stories include: Fibre Floristry~ Fleece, Scones & Friendship The Hand-Cranked Sock: Preserving our Knitting Heritage Knit One, Design One Growing the Australian Wool Industry Know Your Yarn: Fibres They also dive into spinning and natural dyeing; show you how to knit the magic loop method and how to crochet an invisible decrease + more delightful stories to discover. Australian made and owned, printed locally using sustainable practices & high-quality FSC certified paper. Please note that Yarnologie is only available in print with no digital code.
Pom Pom Press Pom Pom - Issue 42
It’s no secret that, when it comes to colour, texture, and pattern, we’re maximalists through and through! This autumn, we decided to embrace this natural instinct of ours and curate a knit and crochet collection inspired by abundance. The result is 11 glorious designs with immense visual impact, highly satisfying and tactile motifs, and which echo the intricate aesthetic of the Arts and Crafts movement. The patterns are mesmerising, romantic, and somehow embody the wondrous generosity imbued in the act of making. Featuring designs by: EDDA LILJA // ELENA DIMCHEVSKA // EMMA DUCHER // EMMA JANET // ERICA SUFKA // FRAN LÓPEZ // LUCIA LUCIANO // MARIA WALTERS // OLIVIA SCZEPANIK // WEICHIEN CHAN (THEPETITEKNITTER) // YUCCA What’s more, our autumn 2022 collection features an article by Aja Barber, an eminent figure in the pushback against fast fashion, who encourages us to think more about the clothes we pair with our handmade items. Spend a golden autumn afternoon reading our interview with embroidery extraordinaire, Tessa Perlow, and using Ella Hawkins’ biscuit decorating tutorial to make confectionery which looks like your knitting.
Laine Press Laine Magazine - Issue 15
Laine Magazine’s autumn issue, Laine 15, comes with a whole new look! Our beloved magazine is taking a step into a more modern, dynamic direction by celebrating knitwear and the world of fibre in a fresh way. Together with the new look, we are also excited to introduce new, regular articles, such as Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre. Of course, there are also things that won’t change: gorgeous knitwear patterns, beautiful high-quality photography and the size of the magazine, all elements that Laine is known for. The new look was created by Kyiv-born Marina Veziko, one of Finland’s leading designers and the Graphic Designer of the Year 2021. Issue 15, Autumn 2022: 148 pages 12 knitting patterns: 6 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 2 shawls, 1 hat, and 1 pair of socks an interview with knitwear designer Lindsey Fowler an article on how sheep help to save endangered biotopes NEW! Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre – a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Rose Sinclair, an academic researcher, author and lecturer. Rose’s PhD research into Dorcas Clubs examines how textile networks can be catalysts for social change. NEW! Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi explores 5 ways how knitting can be used as a tool for change. NEW! Where I Knit – a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot, and talking about crafting in their everyday lives. seasonal recipes to inspire your autumn cooking book reviews Printed in Estonia Print only Designers featured in this issue: Jenny Ansah, Jennifer Brou, Weichien Chan (also known as the Petite Knitter), Štěpánka Drchalová, Meiju K-P, Bernice Lim (also known as Yamagara), Hanna Maciejewska, Terri Maue, Olga Putano, Florence Spurling and Yiğitcan Vatansever.
Yarnologie Yarnologie - Volume 3
Volume 3 will be 128 delicious pages of fibre and yarn goodness. Just like our last two issues, Volume 3 will be printed locally on beautiful quality paper that feels awesome and makes the photography sing. In Volume 3 we’re visiting a merino farm, learning about mohair yarn, showcasing more amazing crocheters and knitters and sharing lots of inspiring stories, interviews and informative articles. – Straight Off the Sheep’s Back (Cover Story)From a generational family farm in the stunning New Zealand countryside of North Canterbury comes The Grumpy Merino. We chatted to Sarah Reed who has just begun her adventure into the world of wool through her new business, The Grumpy Merino. From breeding and growing the fleece to spinning the yarn into blankets and yarn, Sarah manages every single stage. This is an inspiring story and one you won’t want to miss! – Mohair FlairHas your eye been caught by all of those ethereal mohair yarns that seem to be everywhere at the moment? In this article, we road-tested brushed mohair yarn blends to give you ideas on how to use them in knitting and crocheting, sharing our tips and tricks for this fabulous fibre. – Knitwear designer Pru Raymond explores the concept of knitters as artists in this interesting and insightful piece. Also on the topic of art in this issue, we’re exploring the world of yarn bombing in Cast On Street Art. Brisbane-based crocheter Chez Robbie also shares her fabulous crocheted art dolls in Crocheting A Country Practice. – Along with your favourite regular features: An In the Studio interview with a talented maker (this time we’re visiting a weaving studio!), the Project Inspiration Library, a delicious recipe and two cracker tutorials: How to Crochet Standing Stitches and How to Use Colour Dominance in Colourwork Knitting. Plus we’re chatting with micro-crochet artist Hannah Hills, exploring the vintage knitting notions collection of Sue Williamson and much more. Australian-made and owned, printed locally using sustainable practices & high-quality FSC-certified paper.