A Letter from Twist
Nautical knits from Glenna C, Alison Green, Elizabeth McCarten, Robin Melanson, Annie Modesitt, Maria Näslund, Deborah Newton, Kristen Rengren, Signe S. Simonsen, and Kimberly Vosin.
You Should Totally Teach Me to Knit by Lee Ann Dalton
Making a new knitter isn’t always smooth stitching. Lee Ann Dalton tries out multiple teaching styles in an effort to find one that clicks.
Swatch It by Clara Parkes
Clara confesses to a fondness for fingerless mitts—and offers three delightful yarns expressing that love
Slip into something a little more sophisticated. Designs by Fiona Ellis, Kate Gilbert, Lily Go, Faina Goberstein, Susanna IC, Henna Markkanen, Robin Melanson, and Sandi Rosner.
The Error of Our Ways: Part 2, Average Gaffes by Robin Melanson
Quick fixes for the little complications presented by cables and colorwork.
Cables, crisscrosses and other textural treasures from Rachel Coopey, Christa Giles, Amy Herzog, Kristi Holaas, Caroline Levander, Marnie MacLean, Maria Näslund, Hélène Rush, Stephannie Tallent, and Tina Umino.
The Art and Science of Pooling by Karla Stuebing
A statistical methodologist takes a precise approach to working with space-dyed yarns.
At the Cottage
Woolens and whimsy by Arndis Osk Arnalds, Karolina Eckerdal, Christa Giles, Barbara Gregory, Amy Herzog, Judy Kaethler, Maria Näslund, and Christina S. Wilkins.
Twist’s resident tech expert expounds on the hows and whys of blocking, with examples from the issue.