The Knitter issue 145 out now

Get creative with cable, colourwork and slipped stitch patterns by top designers from around the world, as we welcome the New Year with beautiful winter knits in our latest issue.

The Knitter issue 145

Feel the warmth!

The weather might be cold and grey, but you’ll feel warm, bright and happy wearing one of the beautiful knits from Issue 145!


For our midwinter issue, our designers have used cables, colourwork and slip stitch patterns to produce garments that are cosy yet feminine. Sophisticated styles include a cabled jumper by Sarah Hatton, and a modern jacket by Debbie Bliss. Our elegant textured capelet and beautiful lace shawl make the most of self-striping yarns, while Dario Tubiana’s Fair Isle yoked cardigan for men uses black and white Icelandic wool to great effect.

Elsewhere, we have fascinating interviews with leading Fair Isle designers, explore the story of Uradale’s Shetland wool, and discover what it’s really like to run a yarn store. Plus, our special supplement includes a stunning Fair Isle yoked sweater by Mary Henderson, along with the inside story of West Yorkshire Spinners’ new ColourLab yarn.

Buy The Knitter 145

Our latest issue is available as a print copy both in-store and online.

You can also buy it as a digital edition for Apple, Android and Zinio.

Visit Ravelry to see more of our patterns.


Take a look inside

Cast on these stylish knits and more today: