The cover design on our full-colour January 2023 issue is a cosy cable rib sweater and matching hat that locks in the heat. We’ve our usual mix of patterns for men, women and children on standard, LK-150 mid-gauge and chunky machines including lots of seasonal ideas. Three great designs by Alison Dupernex will keep your toes toasty warm this winter and you’ll use up lots of odds and ends knitting her slippers. Check out Alison’s outstanding new 250-page book Creative Machine Knitting filled with designs, ideas, tips and advice to help us get the most from our machines. It’s written for both experienced knitters and absolute beginners of all ages and abilities. Bill King firmly believes that having less technology makes us more creative with what’s available and he creates some exciting new stitch patterns, by embracing the limitations of a ribber. Fay Butcher starts a new monthly techniques series for Passap knitters and Joan Lafferty can guarantee that more haste means less speed. The exceptional talent of Susan Guagliumi offers lots of free help and advice and we share some tricks to give us near-perfect plating. If you and your knits feel the cold, Sally-Ann Carroll has some helpful hints to keep you cosy and warm. Our mail order shop is open and we always have help and advice in Dear Anne plus news, reviews and club details.
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