In This Issue | Autumn 2014
♦ STUDENT LEADERS
San Francisco fashion students send their knitwear designs down high fashion runways, helping their careers take flight. By Kerry Wills
♦ MEG SWANSEN: UPDATING A CLASSIC
The story behind the revised edition of Knitting Workshop.
♦ DEBORAH NEWTON: BRAID PARADE
Newton’s plaited-cable project lets her imagination (and fingers) run wild.
♦ MODEL FARMING
Natalie Redding of Namaste Farms talks to Daryl Brower about sheep shearing, yarn making, social media, reality television and empowering women.
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A sweater and shawl take inspiration from an North American classic: the Hudson’s Bay Co. point blanket.