Twist Collective has released its Spring 2015 issue. Let's have a look at it, shall we?
Wickerwork cardigan. Lovely! Great shape and detailing.
Placid cardigan. Hangs badly and has a rather ratty look.
Nephelai socks. Very pretty socks.
Wencelas cardigan. Lovely cardigan with great detailing.
Corallina shawl. Exquisite!
Seawillow pullover. Classic pullover.
Dulcimer cardigan. This is quite pretty overall, but I'm not sure I care for the "pulling apart at the bottom" look, which makes the item look too small.
Auster pullover. Classic and yet still different enough to be eye-catching. Nice piece.
Minthe jacket. Quite like this one, which can be worn at home with yoga pants or while out and about with a skirt.
Zaida hoodie. Who would have thought a hoodie could be this lovely and polished?
Orikata. Can't say I care for this one very much. It's going to look frumpy on most women.
Anemoi cardi. Pretty little summer top.
Airglow shawl. For a shawl with such simple stitchwork, this manages to bring the drama. It hangs so beautifully in the back.
Galatea scarf. This is cute and would be a way to add a bit of fun and femininity to an otherwise plain and practical outfit.
Windley top. Very nice summer top. It's simple and yet has enough detail to be attractive and interesting.
Antares shawl. Gorgeous.
Celosia top. Attractive and useful piece, because it could be worn as an underlayer as well as alone. It's well-shaped and has that little bit of needed detail.
Chartreuse shawl. Another very pleasing shawl. The stockinette and cables of this shawl will go better with modern, casual clothes than a lacy shawl would.
Godetia top. Pretty. I like the offbeat unexpectedness of the medallion design on the back.
Calyx shawl. Just exquisite.
Acanthus stole. The stitchwork is good, but this is an awkward shape and length to wear. Even the model isn't quite carrying it off.
Carajillo shawl. Nice piece. The zigzag stitchwork and edging give it a modern feel.
Fish Isle pullover. Adorable! I especially like that this designer has included some texture and stitchwork instead of just relying on the picture knit aspect to carry the design. It really raises the calibre of the piece.
Friesland blanket. Too gorgeous to be spit up on! I'd make this one as an afghan.
Demipointe surplice sweater. I'm liking this version of the surplice sweater. The use of buttons makes it so practical (i.e., it will stay in place and there aren't any ribbons dangling about) and updates it a bit, as does the use of a gradient yarn rather than the traditional pastel pink.
Quadrille socks. Very well designed cable socks. Look closely and you'll see these aren't just any old basic cables.
Espalier cardigan. Nice piece, and the small scale makes it work even better. Putting such a polished, detailed, ladylike design on a little girl is totally cute.
Elephanteau pullover. Another adorable picture knit. Which I think I would do in another colourway to rid it of that "Republican convention mascot" feel.