A new knitting magazine for you to consider

Julie recently received copies of the newest issue of Amirisu, a beautifully styled knitting magazine from Japan.  Up until now, the magazine has only been available online. © amirisuAs you can see from the cover, this issue includes patterns from some of our favorite designers and you will love flipping through the pages.  The magazine has the look and feel of Brooklyn Tweed's seventh Wool People Collection, that Jared Flood has indicated was influenced by the crisp clean photos and simply prefect design aesthetic of Japanese design magazines like this one.Content (and more importantly, the knitting patterns) in the magazine is in both Japanese and English, so you won't need a translator's help.  And of course the photos have a universal appeal.Kate got a chance to see samples of all the patterns included in this issue when she went to the Art Fair at Squam last week, and she says that these new sweater designs are worth reviewing. © amirisuHer favorite in the collection is Whispers designed by Veera Välimäki and knit up with Madelinetosh Merino Light.  We have a generous selection of tosh yarn options for you to choose from that range from soft neutrals to electric brights! tosh wallWe only have a handful of copies left, so we hope that you can get a chance to pop into the shop soon to grab one for yourself.  This issue is likely to make as big a splash on Ravelry as it has in our little shop, and among the knitters visiting New Hampshire last week.  We can't wait to see what is knit up from its pages.