COLOR, CAKE, AND CAMARADERIE
Aimée Osbourn-Gille serves up tea along with hand-dyed delights at her Parisian knit café.
Crochet prodigy Jonah Larson.
How to flatter with A-line shaping, explained by Meg Swansen.
A FLOCK OF HER OWN
Charis Walker tends to heritage sheep and the land they graze.
BOLD COLOR, 3-D POP
Bright, fun accessories in exaggerated stitches.
A KALEIDOSCOPIC EYE
British designer Georgia Farrell is inspired by art and architecture.
Designer Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton lives life on her own terms.
OPEN AND SHUT
Four cardigans make the case for versatile style—with or without buttons.
Julia Farwell-Clay melds techniques, colors, shapes, and textures into one folkloric pullover.
This curated collection takes feminine cables and lace from dreamy to dramatic.