Making is a bi-annual themed publication of projects for knitters and makers.
Join editor, photographer, and designer, Carrie Bostick Hoge of Madder, on this exciting project that brings crafts people with different areas of focus to one publication.
The act of making helps to connect us to the past, knowing that many craft skills were practiced daily out of necessity. We also connect to our present, as we stop to slow down and enjoy the work at hand, leaving behind the stress of our busy days. And, possibly at the heart of our creations, is the future. As the sweater we knit or the blanket we quilt becomes an heirloom for our family to use, enjoy, and pass down to the next generation. Circling back and tying us to the past. All these connections are equally important and help to bring meaning and value to the beauty and utility we make.
For more information on the patterns in this publication click Here.
This issue our contributors have designed their knits using a postage stamp as inspiration. Where possible, each design uses a yarn which originates from the same country as said stamp...
Noro Kureyon 30th Anniversary Collection Photos of each pattern included in this edition, along with yarn requirements, can be found here.
Sabri from Illimani Yarns Content: 85% Organic Cotton, 15%Baby Alpaca Yarn Category: Fingering Yardage/Weight: 437 yds/ 100 g Gauge: 8.5 sts = 1" on US 4 Care: Hand wash cold,...