September 2022 (Issue 296) with Alison Dupernex and Bill King

The cover design on our full-colour September 2022 issue has a wide size range and is in gorgeous shades of self-striping yarn that flow from the yarn as we knit. We’ve our usual mix of patterns for men, women and children on standard, LK-150 mid-gauge and chunky machines including a pretty prem-baby cardigan from Anne Baker’s Karabee Designs. Alison Dupernex shares ideas for adapting one of her Fair Isle designs to use oddments from your stash and we’ve four more multi-size family classics in our Tuck Stitch series. We look at the basics and pitfalls of using a cast-off linker and bring you a family story of manufacturing yarn sourced from sheep grazing in the Yorkshire Dales. Bill King has lots of fun working out ways to simulate the look of crochet in a knitted fabric and the exceptional talent of Susan Guagliumi offers lots of free help and advice. Summer isn’t quite over, so we’ve two more relaxed-fit tops and Sally-Ann Carroll’s frock report features dresses that are perfect for this time of year. Our mail order shop is restocked and we always have help and advice in Dear Anne plus news, reviews and club details.

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