• Making Stories Magazine 7
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  • Making Stories Magazine 7
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  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
  • Making Stories Magazine 7
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Making Stories Magazine 7

€23.60 Tax included

A new creative magazine for contemporary knitters from the makers of the lovely nitting books Woods, Breeze and Jewels..

Printed on recycled paper, completely ad free, in english.

Description

"With Making Stories Magazine, we strive to feature companies and makers who focus on sustainability, transparency, fairness and equity in their work. We love telling their stories and hope to inspire and enable crafters to make conscious and informed decisions about the materials they use and companies they support."

In Issue 7, we’re focusing on joy – finding joy in the small and big things in life, in a new discovery or a renewed love, in knowing that even the smallest changes can have a huge impact on sustainability and the planet.

The 12 stunning patterns our designers created all represent something that makes the designer truly happy. They’re love letters to a favorite technique, stitch pattern, garment or accessory type, shape, or color – same as the essays we’re so happy to share are love letters to finding joy in stitches and reclaiming what others deem is waste.

Designs by:

Bérangère Cailliau, Clara Gleiß, Isabel Ale, Jill Thompson Beach, Marianne Munier, Marina Skua, Marina Storm, Marion Bulin, Marthe Forodden, Tania Dejoie, Tiffany Chen, Victoria Gerasimova

Yarns partners

De Rerum Natura, Ewethful Fiber Farm, Frida Fuchs, Garthenor Organic, Isager, Jamieson & Smith, Kelbourne Woolens, Krea Deluxe, Maison Septembre, Marina Skua, Neighborhood Fiber Co., Soc Una Troca

Contributions by:

Deborah Stack, Kalea Turner-Beckman

What you'll need to knit the Sakae cardigan in Gilliatt by Marianne Munier (pictures 2 to 4):

Sizes

1 (2, 3, 4, 5) [6, 7, 8, 9, 10]

Finished bust circumference: 95 (103, 111, 119, 127) [135, 143, 151, 159, 167] cm / 37.5 (40.5, 43.75, 46.75, 50) [53.25, 56.25, 59.5, 62.5, 65.75]” - recommended to be worn with 17 cm / 6.75” of positive ease at the bust with no overlap of fronts.

Yarn

De Rerum Natura Gilliatt (French Merinos d'Arles and black merino from Portugal; 250 meters /272 yards per 100 g): 990 (1075, 1175, 1275, 1375) [1485, 1605, 1725, 1835, 1980] metres / 1085 (1175, 1285, 1395, 1505) [1625, 1755, 1885, 2005, 2165] yards

Sample shown is knit in colourway "bois de rose". Davina wears a size 3 with 25 cm / 10" of positive ease.

Needles

5 mm / US 8 circular needle with a cable length of at least 60 cm /24” (or needle size to obtain gauge)

5 mm / US 8 double-pointed needles or preferred needles for working small circumferences (or needle size to obtain gauge) 4.5 mm / US 7 circular needle with a cable length of at least 60 cm /24”

To work this pattern using the magic loop technique, usea circular needle with a cable length of at least at least 80 cm / 32” instead of double-pointed needles.

Gauge

18 sts x 24 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” (in the round, in stockinette stitch, on larger needle, after blocking)

Notions

• Blocking tools (blocking mats, t-pins, blocking wires)

• Cable needle

• Scrap yarn

• Stitch markers

• Removable stitch markers

• Tape measure

Notes : the Sakae cardigan is a top-down and seamless pattern.