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Amirisu - Issue 26 Spring/Summer 2023

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    • We are delighted to stock this gorgeous magazine from Japan. The patterns in Amirisu are truly inspiring and so very wearable.

      Inspired by the landscapes of Finland, the sea, and the many forms of water in nature, this issue features 

      12 refreshing knitwear pieces perfect for Summer.

      Participating designers:

      Emily Greene / Fiona Alice / General Hogbuffer / Inese Sang / Karen Miller of Mrs Moon / Kitman Figueroa / Pope Vergara / Ronja Hakalehto / Sari Nordlund / Susanne Sommer / Veera Välimäki

      Feature: Craft City Guide to Helsinki, Finland

      Helsinki has a strong knitting culture and a wonderful climate where you can wear hand-knits almost all year round. We share some of our favourite places in the city and talk with three Finland-based artists.

      Plus, an interview with an artist who creates animals from fabric, a machine-quilting project, an introduction to international yarn festivals, and more!

        • Download Code: A Ravelry download code of the entire magazine is printed on an inserted card.
        • A4 size, 130 pages
        • Printed in Japan

      Check out our Instagram Live on our top Yarn Recommendations on 6th June!
    • Our top yarn recommendations for each pattern in this publication are here! Also, check out our Instagram Live which goes through each one too.

      1. Sivu by Fiona Alice

      Woolstok Worsted by Blue Sky Fibers

    • Lore by The Fibre Co

    • Lalland by Di Gilpin

      8. Suomi by General Hoggbuffer

  • Lalland by Di Gilpin
    Lore by The Fibre Co
    Fras DK by Uist
    Scout by Kelbourne Woolens
    Sweater Yarn
     by Blue Sky Fibers
    Eco Baby by Isager


    Inspiration from Japanese knitting and craft scene.

    amirisu is a new online/paper magazine launched in August 2012.
    It is the only online magazine focused on knitting and related crafts in Japan.
    We aim to bring interesting contents to young knitters who want to knit what they can actually wear everyday.
    Since 2014, amirisu became available in print, and as a subscription. We now sell Japanese books and original items from Japan.