In keeping with prior issues, Making No. 4 | LINES is absolutely stunning! This beautiful new issue has just landed and is brimming with inspiration. Just like other issues, a substantial portion of the magazine is dedicated to stylish knitting projects, but there are just as many other crafting projects and recipes to find inspiration and joy in, whether you sew, cook, embroider, rug hook or quilt.
As for the knitting, there’s something for everyone. There are some beautiful accessories, like brioche shawl, colorwork mittens and a textured hat, scarf and blanket set. As for the garment patterns, there’s something for everyone. There are pullovers and cardigans for even the sleekest of dressers, pullovers with fun added textures for the free-spirits and traditional colorwork sweaters for the traditional. And last but not least, how about the cutest pair of sleepy kittens in little striped dresses and sweaters? It doesn’t get sweeter than that!
There’s so much jam packed into this one little magazine that it’s hard to share it all. There are dozens of patterns and projects to keep you busy for weeks on end, yet all still manage to tie together around the central theme of bold, graphic lines.
- Coastline Trio by Carrie Bostick Hogue
- Lines Mittens by tincanknits
- Raina Shawl by Andrea Mowry
- Sleepy Kitten Set by Susan B. Anderson
- Sólbein Cardigan by Mary Jane Mucklestone
- Stone Wool Turtleneck by Michele Wang
- Woven Lines Pullover by Norah Gaughan