Preview: No. 2 | NAVIGATE

We’re excited to introduce the second issue of Rib Magazine: No. 2 | NAVIGATE. In the pages of this issue, you will find designs and articles that explore the craft of knitting. We have selected garments and accessories with interesting constructions and techniques—challenges for you to navigate and adventures to embrace. Whether you are embarking on a project to learn a new skill or fine tune your craft, we hope that you enjoy the journey of creating a timeless piece for your wardrobe or a loved one’s.

The issue contains eight designs (see below), as well as two articles—an insightful exploration of visible mending by Tom van Deijnen (aka Tom of Holland) and a poignant “Why I Knit” essay by Matthew Rippeyoung. A review of the Lykke Driftwood interchangeable needle set and a cocktail recipe round out the issue’s offerings.

The Designs

Navigate Pullover, designed by Annie Lupton out of The Fibre Co. Cumbria Fingering 
Navigate Pullover

Orienteering Hat, designed by Benjamin Krudwig out of Wing and a Prayer Farm 2-ply Aran
Orienteering Hat

Cayley Pullover, designed by Irina Anikeeva out of O-Wool Balance
Cayley Pullover

Direction Mitts, designed by Maria Muscarella out of Fern Fiber Local
Direction Mitts

Survey Pullover, designed by Catrina Frost out of Brooklyn Tweed Shelter
Survey Pullover

River Rocks Scarf, designed by Anca Mustea out of Brooklyn Tweed Arbor
River Rocks Scarf

Rigging Pullover, designed by Fiona Ellis out of Harrisville Designs WATERshed
Rigging Pullover

Fickle Steps Socks, designed by Louise Tilbrook out of Julie Asselin Nomade
Fickle Steps Socks

Purchasing a Copy

Reserve your copy of the second issue today on! There are two ways to get your hands on a copy: purchase an individual copy or buy a 2017 subscription, which includes both Issues 2 and 3. Issue 2 will be ready to ship in early June.

If you prefer to buy locally, take a look at the list of local yarn stores that carry Rib. If you don’t see your favorite LYS listed, we encourage you to tell it about Rib and your interest in the issue.

Rib Magazine Community

Join other Rib Magazine fans in the Ravelry group to discuss the issue while you wait for your copy to arrive. What is your favorite design? What are you going to cast on first? All of that chatting might come in handy for a future KAL…

Finally, thank you for your excitement around the issue! We are truly grateful for the support around this publication.

Happy knitting!
The Rib Team


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