Our full-colour May 2021 issue has a pretty cardigan on the cover, that’s ideal for the LK-150. We’ve our usual mix of designs and we always tell you how to knit all our patterns on standard gauge machines. This month, Designer Spotlight again shines on Susan Guagliumi, with the final part of a 3-part series unravelling some of the mysteries of short row knitting. Anne Baker’s Karabee Design is one of her best-selling cardigans that’s ideal for Brother machines with a garter carriage. We’ve help for Passap knitters asking for straightforward advice, plus a multi-size family classic pattern for round and V-neck sweaters in Half Fisherman’s Rib. Nina Miklin also shows us how to knit kid mohair on a Passap. Iris Rowe has knitted Noah’s Ark for Toy Box and she’s filling it month by month with a menagerie of animals. In Techniques, we look in detail at using the Brother KA-8310 linker and if ever there was a labour-saving device, this is it. Sally-Ann Carroll reminds us that floral prints are in full bloom this summer, to give our knits a new leases of life and Bill King shows us how to transfer stitches and knit pleated fabric with ease. Our star feature is to say Happy Birthday to two Australian knitters in the same club and still knitting as they reach 100 years young. There’s always lots of help and advice in Dear Anne plus news, reviews and club details for ideas and inspiration.