Vogue® Knitting Colorwork Paper
By Vogue Knitting Magazine (Editor)
Knitters who enjoy creating their own colorwork patterns now have a fun, effective, and easier way to work! The innovative pages in Vogue Knitting: Knitter’s Colorwork Paper have outlines in the V shape of an actual knit stitch rather than the rectangles of ordinary knitting graph paper. This lets you create a better representation of what your finished item will actually look like. More than 90 pages of two common knitting gauges allow plenty of room for hundreds of patterns. Knitters can use the 5 stitches by 6 rows gauge for stranded colorwork and the 6 stitches by 8 rows gauge for intarsia motifs. They can also use this paper to test alternative color combinations of existing patterns. The book is as fun to use as it is practical, and will leave knitters wondering why this hasn’t been done before.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Originally founded by Condé Nast in 1932, Vogue Knitting magazine, now published by Soho Publishing, is the most respected and recognizable fashion-knitting magazine in the world. The Vogue Knitting brand encompasses the magazine; knitting resource and pattern books; Vogue Knitting LIVE, a series of consumer shows that attracts more than 15,000 knitters annually; destination trips and cruises; a hit podcast; and more.