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Laine Magazine - Issue 15

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  • Laine's Autumn issue, Laine 15, comes with a whole new look!

    PLEASE NOTE: To celebrate the new look, we have two different cover versions available: one in full-colour and a very limited black & white version!

    Taking a step into a more modern, dynamic direction by celebrating knitwear and the world of fibre in a fresh way, together with the new look, Laire are excited to introduce new, regular articles, such as Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre.

    Of course, there are also things that won’t change: gorgeous knitwear patterns, beautiful high-quality photography and the size of the magazine, all elements that Laine is known for.

    The new look was created by Kyiv-bornMarina Veziko, one of Finland’s leading designers and the Graphic Designer of the Year 2021. While the war continues in Ukraine, we are prouder than ever to support Ukraine and its people.

    Renewed issues are always especially interesting bestsellers. Based on the reactions so far, the level of excitement on this issue is overwhelming and people are curious to see the renewed magazine. This will be a new era for Laine and Laine Publishing as well!

    As always, we will host an Instagram Live for Yarn Suggestions and top recommendations for each pattern (and see our suggestions on the "Yarn Suggestions" tab)!

    • 148 pages

    • 12 knitting patterns (both charts and written instructions provided): 6 sweaters, 2 cardigans, 2 shawls, 1 hat, 1 pair of socks)

    • an interview with knitwear designer Lindsey Fowler on postpartum depression and how knitting offered her an identity outside motherhood. Lindsey’s debut book, Salt & Timber – Knits from the Northern Coast, is published in August by Laine Publishing.

    • an article on how sheep help to save endangered biotopes

    • NEW!Jeanette Sloan Talks Fibre – a regular article on Jeanette chatting with interesting people. In this issue, she meetsRose Sinclair, an academic researcher, author and lecturer. Rose's PhD research into Dorcas Clubs examines how textile networks can be catalysts for social change

    • NEW! Five Ways by our regular writerPäivi Kankaro. In this issue, Päivi explores 5 ways how knitting can be used as a tool for change

    • NEW! Where I Knit – a regular piece that pictures people knitting in their favourite spot, and talking about crafting in their everyday lives.

    • seasonal recipes to inspire your autumn cooking

    • book reviews

    Designers featured in this issue: Isabella Clark, Evgeniya Dupliy, Lindsey Fowler, Katrine Hannibal, Ema Marinescu, Claudia Quintanilla, Maria Walters and Sylvia Watts-Cherry.

    Print only. No digital download code available.

    Printed in Estonia.

  • Our top yarn recommendations for every pattern in this issue:

    Adventitious by Olga Putano Designs

    1. Tsumugi Silk by Habu
    2. Jaipur Silk by BC Garn
    3. Contemplation Cashmere by Chroma Nima
    2. Alpaca 1 by Isager
    3. Cashmere Lace by Yarntelier
    4. Meadow by The Fibre Co

    Autumn Forager by Jennifer Brou

    1. Road to China Light by The Fibre Co
    2. Merino Cloud by Artyarns
    3. Metalico by Blue Sky Fibers
    4. Suave by Pascuali
    5. Silk Garden Sock Solo by Noro
    6. Pudding by Mrs Moon

    Briza by Štěpánka Drchalová

    1. Socks Yeah! by Coopknits
    2. Signature 4ply Sock Yarn by WYS
    3. Amble by The Fibre Co
    4. High Twist BFL by Qing Fibre

    Crossing Pathways by Hanna Maciejewska

    1. Woolstok Light by Blue Sky Fibers
    2. Metalico by Blue Sky Fibers
    3. Road to China Light by The Fibre Co
    4. Garthenor No 2 by Garthenor
    5. Opus by Walcot Yarns

    Faerie Dreams by Terri Maue

    These yarns plus a Silk Mohair:
    1. Holst Supersoft
    2. Holst Coast
    3. Le Petit Lambswool by Biches & Buches
    4. Organic Cotton by Krea Deluxe
    5. Sabri or Sabri Colours by Illimani
    6. Lamb 2 by einrum

    Ginger by yamagara

    1. Don DK by Ginger Twist
    2. Urth Collection DK by Urth
    3. Lalland by Di Gilpin
    4. Socks Yeah! DK by CoopKnits

    Hento by Meiju K-P

    These yarns plus a silk mohair:

    1. Le Petit Lambswool by Biches & Buches
    2. Organic Merinoby KAOS
    3. Perennial by Kelbourne Woolens 
    4. Kokon Merino Fingering by KOKON

    Hiemalis by thepetiteknitter

    1. Woolstok Light by Blue Sky Fibers
    2. Opus by Walcot Yarns
    3. Merino Cloud by Artyarns
    4. Andorra by Kelbourne Woolens
    4. Garthenor No 2 by Garthenor
    5. Cashmere Gilli by Yarntelier

    Niitty by Jenny Ansah

    1. Plump DK by Mrs Moon
    2. Scout by Kelbourne Woolens
    3. Bespoke Cashmere DK by Clinton Hill
    4. The Croft Shetland DK by WYS

    Noxolis by Yiğitcan Vatansever

    1. 16 Fingering by Urth
    2. Merino Cloud by Artyarns
    3. Meara by Olann Mills
    4. Organic Soft Merino by KAOS

    Seren Hat & Shawl by Florence Spurling

    1. Kokon Merino Fingering by KOKON
    2. 16 Fingering by Urth
    3. BFL 4ply Mini Skeins by Riverknits
    4. Le Petit Lambswool by Biches & Buches
    5. E+2 by einrum

  • Laine is a high-quality Nordic knit & lifestyle magazine for knit folks. We cherish natural fibres, slow living, local craftsmanship and beautiful, simple things in life. Our intention is to inspire you to gather and share, to be part of a community of like-minded knitters, makers and thinkers from near and far. Knitting is more than just knit, knit, purl. It is a feeling.

    Laineincludes patterns from the leading knitwear designers, insightful, long-format stories from the world of wool, interviews, exciting travel articles, seasonal recipes and strong, visual storytelling.