Amirisu I Amirisu Nr. 27 Fall/Winter

Englischsprachiges Strickmagazin.


Auf die Wunschliste Wird hinzugefügt Gespeichert

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Each of the twelve knitwear designs in this issue feature unique and subtle details inspired by music.

Participating designers: Ainur Berkimbayeva / Alice Caetano / Alma Bali / Cecilia Flori / Derako / Eri Shimizu / Keiko Kikuno / Megumi Sawada / Mizuho Komiya / Rachel Illsley / Rievive

Special Feature: Interviews with Fiber Artists
We speak with two of our favorite artists, Julie Weisenberger of Cocoknits and Cassandra Harada of Harada Wool, about the businesses they have developed and their visions for the future. Plus, an interview with beadwork artist Madison Holler, a project from Lori Ann Graham, two sewing projects (a machine-quilted project bag and a tea cozy with details any wool lover will enjoy), and much more.

Download Code: A Ravelry download code for the entire magazine is printed on an inserted card.

A4, 130 Seiten
Sprache: Englisch
Gedruckt in Japan

Inspiration from the Japanese knitting and craft scene.

amirisu launched in August 2012 as a new knitting lifestyle magazine. The founders, Tokuko and Meri, met through Ravelry in 2011 and decided to start a magazine together after a few lunches and coffees. They were both frustrated by a lack of modern and elegant knitwear patterns that could actually be worn to work and thought that knitters in other countries, not just in Japan, had the same frustration. Thus the bilingual knitting magazine, amirisu, was born.

To find out more about our journey, head over to Woolful Podcast or Morning on the Dock (a podcast by Squam Art Workshops).

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Meri: Co-owner of amirisu & editor of amirisu magazine.