Friday, 18 January 2019

Knitscene Spring 2019: A Review


Knitscene has released their Spring 2019 issue. Let's have a look at it.





Sandstorm Pullover. Not bad. The lacework bodice is attractive. I would even leave the dropped shoulders in since the seamline works with the design, but I would neaten up the fit.





Tailwind Shawl. Quite an attractive wrap.





Sea Breeze Top. This one's almost a hybrid shawl/top. I like it -- I think it's a way to achieve a shawl-like effect without having to fuss with a shawl.





Jet Stream Cardigan. I usually find these drape front cardigans problematic because they don't tend to sit that well, but I must admit this one appears to advantage in all the sample shots on its Ravelry page. The texture's undeniably good.





Crosswind Shawl. Another pretty stole.





Headwind Shawl. I'm pretty sure this one would give me a "caught in a fish net" feeling. I'm no fan of mesh.





Whirlwind Top. Cute little tunic.





Sirocco Pullover. Very decent, wearable piece.





Turbulence Shawl. Pretty!





Bi-Wing Cardigan. Not bad. The pocket detailing is interesting.





Jetway Cardigan. Nice texture and shaping.





First Class Hoodie. This design was aptly named as it does indeed have more style and polish than the average hoodie.





Runway Top. This is a top that could work with the right styling -- it has a seventies vibe that could potentially be rather stylishly retro -- but this styling is murder. This poor model looks like she's dressed for an afternoon of no-holds barred bingo with her friends Myrtle, Agnes, Beatrice, and Gert.





Utralight Convertible Wrap. Versatile little shawl.





Compass North Pullover. I rather like the effect of the lines of large gauge stitches on this one, but would raise the dropped shoulders.





Static Wick Thermal. Someone designed a sweater with the textural effect of thermal underwear, and I find I am actually very much here for that.

2 comments:

  1. What’s with the infantile styling of these pictures? The women look ridiculous.

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  2. Ditto Eliza 422. I think it really distracts from the knitted garments.

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