Knit Wit Vol. 6 HOT
An indie publication dedicated to exploring the world of textiles, Knit Wit is full of informative and interesting stories and even a pattern (or three).
In this issue KNIT WIT stopped by two knitwear designers who are most definitely not afraid of color (even though they're both New Yorkers, go figure): Gina Röckenwagner of Poppy + Pima and Lindsay Degen of DEGEN. We also caught up with Sam Barsky, intarsia connoisseur and bonafide breaker of the Internet. They visited NIDO in Argentina and Osei Duro in Ghana, for some on-location heatstroke (and, lest we miss the point, truly unbelievable clothing lines). They went deep with two lovers of indigo, visiting The New Denim's Project's recycling facility in Guatemala City and gaining insight into the infinite creativity of fashion-turned-textile design Gregory Parkinson. Blair Stocker, wunder-quilter and author of the newly released Wise Craft Quilts also shared the story (and the pattern!) for her wildly and colorfully tessellated Willy Loman Quilt (you're going to want to check that out).
NOTE FOR CRAFTERS: There are three knitting patterns featured in this issue of Knit Wit, along with the quilt pattern mentioned above.