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Amirisu Magazine's Spring/Summer Issue 20 features twelve knitwear designs by some of the most favorite designers from Japan and abroad, perfect for your summer adventures.
Among the gorgeous knitting patterns in this issue are two designs worked in Quince yarns: The stunning windowpane sweater Mado, by Kiyomi Burgin in fuzzy wool/alpaca Owl; and sweet summerweight pullover Bisou, by Paula Pereira, worked in fingering weight Sparrow.
Feature: Itoshiro Yohinten - Challenges for sustainability We interviewed the founder of a Japanese clothing brand based in a small village in Japan, where they naturally dye all of their textiles and design clothing based on traditional Japanese farm wear. A self-interview of Amirisu founders plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, summer top sewing pattern, our new Kyoto textile tour report, and more.
Yarn qualities used:
Quince & Co Owl
Quince & Co Sparrow
Isager Silk Mohair
Isager Strik Tvinni - BT Peerie or Quince & Co Finch
La Bien Aimee Merino Sport - Life in the Long Grass Merino Sport
Isager Strik Trio - Isager Bomulin
Lichen and Lace Marsh Mohair - La Bien Aimee Mohair Silk , Isager Silk Mohair, Qing Kid Mohair Silk ,Ito Sensai?Yoth Daughter Worsted - De Rerum Natura Gilliatt,Malabrigo Rios,Quince& Co Lark,Uncommon Thread Lush Worsted,Blue Sky Woolstok
A4 size, 130 pages
Amirisu started in 2012 as an online magazine their focus was on knitting and fibre related crafts from Japan. In 2014 Amirisu offered knitters worldwide a new format, the magazine went to print with knitting patterns in both English and Japanese side by side.
Today the Amirisu is published in English twice a year. They showcase both new designers alongside some of our favourite indie knitwear designers. The company is based in Kyoto, the heart of the Japanese textile industry,