Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Love of Knitting Fall 2016: A Review


Love of Knitting has released their Fall 2016 issue! Let's have a look at it.





Autumn Leaves Cardigan. The leaf detail is pleasing, but I don't like the way this cardigan lies in front.





Embossed Leaves. Very nice! The leaves are so simple and spare a detail and yet so effective, and they frame the wearer's face so well.





Leaf & Seed Hat. Rather a nice little cap.





Leafy Path Pullover. Very much like this one. That leafy panel and matching collar are so distinctive and the textured stitch works so well with them.





Parallelogram Wrap. Very well-shaped and textured.





Orbit Pullover. Excellent shaping and the collar sits well. The styling is very good as well.





Evelyn Cowl. Very basic.





Quick Finish Jacket. This one was perhaps too quickly finished -- it has an unfinished look and the front doesn't sit that well.





Crestwood Socks. What lovely stitchwork.





Clear Skies Wrap. This one has a nice textured lace pattern.





OXO Pullover. This one has an interesting variation on the traditional cable pattern.





Chevron & Stripes Pattern. Cute and striking little piece. I like the non-traditional colourway.





Hoot Sweet Hat & Mitts. What an adorable little set. It has a smartness that is usually completely lacking in most children's animal-themed stuff.





Wishbone Sweater. A very handsome take on a classic.





Byzantine Tiles Socks. These are rather fetching. It would be fun to play with the colour combinations on this one.





Day of the Dead. This one's a lot of fun and quite visually pleasing as well. The colours are great.





Garter Cable Pillow. This is fine, but I've seen cabled pillows I liked better.





Apricot Shawl. A well-textured classic shawl.





Curving Cables Swatch. That's a nice cable pattern. It amazes me how many cable variations there are.





Circus Train Passenger Car. This is the next car in the toy train set series Love of Knitting is releasing one pattern at a time. I'm looking forward to seeing the caboose!

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