Inspired by layers, this issue features twelve knitwear designs created by some of our most favorite designers from Japan and abroad.
Participating designers: Fiona Alice/ Trine Bertelsen/ Sari Nordlund/ Kate Gagnon Osborn/ Ririko/ eri shimizu/ Nataliya Sinelshchikova/ Orlane Sucche/ Dianna Walla/ amirisu
We are excited to feature a craft guide to the main island of Okinawa in this issue and, as travel continues to be a distant dream for most, we hope that reading it will be a sort of journey in itself.
International tourists will likely continue to be unable to enter Japan for some time, but we hope our recommendations can be a source of inspiration for the future when the international situation has improved.
Feature: Colors of OkinawaIn our craft guide to Okinawa, encounter two fascinating textile traditions and get inspiration for a future trip with our recommendations for museums, textile workshops, and pottery galleries on the island.
Plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, virtual events and content to enjoy from anywhere, a needle felt project, and more.Download Code: A Ravelry download code of the entire magazine is printed on an inserted card.Printed in Japan / A4 size / 130 pages
Beyla is a tribute to bees and all that they stand for: communication, dreaming big, healing energy, sexuality, fertility, sweetness, hard work, balance and feminine power.
Ixchel is inspired by the power of the moon and its cycle. This design is my tribute to the power of women and Nature, the phases of the moon and the phases of a woman’s life.
Free To Fly is about finding your voice, your joy, your dance, your flock. It’s about breaking out of whatever cage is holding you in, finding that cage and setting yourself free.