The newest issue of Twist Collective has been released, and it’s full of great projects for fall. There’s a lot of heavy cabling, stranded colorwork, textured stitches and other details that make for fun, warm and striking knitting.
In addition to the patterns there are articles about charity knitting, yarn composition and lace knitting, raising mohair goats, substituting yarn smartly and working stranded colorwork like a pro.
There are lots of patterns to love but some of my favorites include Sandi Rosner’s fun zig-zaggy Hullaballo socks; the pretty hat, cowl and mitten set Kokliko by Barbara Gregory, festooned with bright colorwork flowers; Alison Green’s trim Smarty cardigan, which features cool colorwork diamonds and twists on the surface; the cowl neck vest Ashling by Rusty Baker, with a funky woven and holey look; Marnie MacLean’s Heyday, a bottom up raglan with complex little details at the edges; the pretty beaded wingspan shawl Hausti by Susanna IC; Kate Gilbert’s Paria, a simple looking sweater with shaping provided by panels of twisted rib; and of course the cover sweater Greenery by Hélène Rush with its pretty leaf details.
Patterns from Twist Collective are sold individually as PDFs and run between $6 and $7 each.
See anything you like? I’d love to hear about it.
[Photo via Twist Collective.]