• Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
  • Laine Magazine No 16
Laine Magazine No 16 zoom_in

Laine Magazine No 16

€23.70 Tax included

Laine is a high-quality Nordic knit & lifestyle magazine for knit folks.

148 pages uncoated, high-quality paper, in english.

Description

Official release on December 16, 2022.

This magazine is in pre-order: you will receive it from December 16th with the rest of your order if you ordered other items.

Laine is a high-quality Nordic knit & lifestyle magazine for knit folks.

"We cherish natural fibres, slow living, local craftsmanship, and beautiful, simple things in life.

Our intention is to inspire you to gather and share, to be part of a community of like-minded knitters, makers and thinkers from near and far.

Knitting is more than just knit, knit, purl. It is a feeling."

Laine 16 includes:

  • 148 pages

  • 11 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 5 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 2 shawls, 1 waistcoat, 1 pair of socks.

  • an interview with Elaine Tom – learn how she became the trusted test knitter for many designers, knitting around 40 sweaters a year!

  • an article on how the Craft Museum of Finland preserves cultural heritage and inspires the crafters of today.

  • Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre – a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meets Lorraine Amagove Mugere, a Kenyan knitwear and crochet designer.

  • Five Ways by our regular writer Päivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi explores how you can keep your favourite knits around for longer by taking care of them the right way.

  • Where I Knit – a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot, and talking about crafting in their everyday lives. In this issue, we meet a knitter in Indonesia.
  • seasonal recipes to inspire your winter cooking

  • book reviews

Designers featured in this issue: Fiona Alice, Rachel Brockman, Dee Hardwicke, Thien-Kieu Lam, Lotta H Löthgren, Rosa Pomar, Yan Qian, Eri Shimizu, Anna Strandberg and Orlane Sucche.

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To knit the Yumi shawl by Thien-Kieu Lam (pictures 2 and 3), you'll need: 

SIZES

1 (2)

Length: 60.5 (68.5)′′ / 155 (175.5) cm.Width at Bind-Off Edge: 34 (38.5)′′ / 86.5 (98) cm.

MATERIALS
Yarn: 4 (5) skeins of Gilliatt by De Rerum Natura (100% French mérinos d'Arles and Portuguese black merino woolen spun, 273 yds / 250 m – 100 g), colourway Doré.

Or approx. 930 (1185) yds / 851 (1084) m of worsted-weight yarn.

Needles:

US 7 / 4.5 mm 40″ / 100 cm circular needles.

Note! It may be easier to begin with a shorter cable length and change to a longer one as needed.

Notions: Stitch markers (optional).

GAUGE 

One boxed repeat of chart is approx. 4.5″ / 11.5 cm in width and 8″ / 20.5 cm in length on US 7 / 4.5 mm needles, after blocking.

18.5 sts x 27 rows to 4′′ / 10 cm on US 7 / 4.5 mm needles in St St, after blocking.

Note on the pattern: This asymmetrical triangular shawl is worked seamlessly in one piece from the cast-on point to the fullest edge. The shawl features an arrow motif created with twisted sts, which then transitions to 1 x 1 Rib for the bind-off edge.

The arrow motif was inspired by the traditional Japanese pattern known as yagasuri or yabane. Based on the fletching on arrows, the pattern is associated with protection and good luck.

Print only. No digital download code available.

Printed in Estonia.