A Letter from Twist
Fabulous, flirty knits for frosty days by Agnes Kutas-Keresztes, Aine Ryan, Andrea Rangel, Carol Feller, Henna Markkanen, Julia Trice, Maria Leigh, Rachel Coopey, and Triona Murphy.
The Princess and the Stolen Cocoons or How the Secret of Silk Was Revealed
Daryl Brower shares a little bit of folklore about one of our favorite fibers. Illustrations by Adriana Hernandez.
Ask the Problem Ladies
Ann and Kay tangle with carpal tunnel, knitting to distraction, and the art of saying no.
Sweaters with style from Ann-Marie Jackson, Christa Giles, Christina Harris, Faina Goberstein, Heather Hoefle, Kristen Rengren, Mari Chiba, and Marnie MacLean.
Let 'er Rip
Franklin Habit unravels the eternal question: Should you let less-than-perfect stitches lie or tear them out?
Designs by Amy Christoffers, Anna Mikuskova, Audry Nicklin, Callie Maidhof, Fiona Ellis, Hannah Cuviello, Kate Gilbert, Tabetha Hedrick, and Talitha Kuomi slip a bold burst of color into the winter gray.
When cables are involved, yarn substitutions don't always go smoothly. Clara contemplates the complexities.
Wake up to world of wonderfully cozy knits by Amy Miller, Barbara Gregory, Glenna C., Linden Down, Rachel Coopey, Robin Melanson, Sandi Rosner, and Stephanie van der Linden.
All that knitting advice you've heard? Ignore it. Or at least some of it. Sandi Rosner explains why it's okay to go your own way.