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12 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Sewing & Knitting)
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Another great issue, but with a twist...it features 5 sizzling skirts,with techniques including Aran, entrelac and custom fit modular panels.

The cover shown here is issue 24.

Patterns in this issue Include:

• Silk Lace Top by Annie Modesitt
• Cupric Shawl by Christine Jones
• It's in the Bag (shown on the cover) by Patrizia Steadman
• Aran Mini by Adeline Christie-Johnston
• Modular Scallop Skirt by Judy Blackburn
• Pineapple Fields crochet skirt by Ariel Roberts
• Heidi Sun Kiss crochet bikini and hat (child) by Rommyna De Leeuw
• Vertical Eyelet A-Line Dress by Jude Skeers & Veronica Moschione
• Entrelac Skirt by Adeline Christie-Johnston
• Reflective Tree Scarf by Karen Richards
• Garment Reconstruction (top to skirt) by Mae Eastman

Plus: Yarn Conversion Guide, Yarn Related Yumminess, Stitch Guide, Book Reviews, YARNMarket/Where to Buy Guide and more...
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Yarn Magazine Issue 24 Another great issue, but with a twist...it features 5 sizzling skirts,with techniques including Aran, entrelac and custom fit modular panels. The cover shown here is issue 24. Patterns in this issue Include: • Silk Lace Top by Annie Modesitt • Cupric Shawl by Christine Jones • It's in the Bag (shown on the cover) by Patrizia Steadman • Aran Mini by Adeline Christie-Johnston • Modular Scallop Skirt by Judy Blackburn • Pineapple Fields crochet skirt by Ariel Roberts • Heidi Sun Kiss crochet bikini and hat (child) by Rommyna De Leeuw • Vertical Eyelet A-Line Dress by Jude Skeers & Veronica Moschione • Entrelac Skirt by Adeline Christie-Johnston • Reflective Tree Scarf by Karen Richards • Garment Reconstruction (top to skirt) by Mae Eastman Plus: Yarn Conversion Guide, Yarn Related Yumminess, Stitch Guide, Book Reviews, YARNMarket/Where to Buy Guide and more...


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Another great issue, but with a twist...it features 5 sizzling skirts,with techniques including Aran, entrelac and custom fit modular panels.

The cover shown here is issue 24.

Patterns in this issue Include:

• Silk Lace Top by Annie Modesitt
• Cupric Shawl by Christine Jones
• It's in the Bag (shown on the cover) by Patrizia Steadman
• Aran Mini by Adeline Christie-Johnston
• Modular Scallop Skirt by Judy Blackburn
• Pineapple Fields crochet skirt by Ariel Roberts
• Heidi Sun Kiss crochet bikini and hat (child) by Rommyna De Leeuw
• Vertical Eyelet A-Line Dress by Jude Skeers & Veronica Moschione
• Entrelac Skirt by Adeline Christie-Johnston
• Reflective Tree Scarf by Karen Richards
• Garment Reconstruction (top to skirt) by Mae Eastman

Plus: Yarn Conversion Guide, Yarn Related Yumminess, Stitch Guide, Book Reviews, YARNMarket/Where to Buy Guide and more...
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If you enjoy yarn, this is the magazine for you. Yarn features a mix of projects, articles, techniques and stories. The projects are predominantly knitwear designs, often with an edgy twist and always shown on a range of figures, rather than perfect-sized, flawless models. There is always at least 1 crochet design and some of the knits feature crocheted finishes.
Every few issues we feature a technique on the creation of art yarn or a project that employs the washing machine to full your knit (or crochet) project into a lovely felted creation, such as brimmed hats, sturdy bags and snuggly boots for warming your tootsies in winter.
The knitwear designs come with comprehensive instructions and a minimum of five sizes. We always include yarn substitution information and measurements in cm and inches. Projects include a mix of lace, cables, slipped stitch designs, Fair Isle, stocking stitch and garter stitch, from easy to technically difficult, to suit a wide range of skill levels.
Technique based articles explain things such as shaping, grading, cast on and cast off methods, backwards knitting, cabling without cable needles, weaving in as you go, creating texture and more.

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Articles in this issue


Below is a selection of articles in Yarn Yarn Magazine Issue 24.