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Vogue Knitting Knitterviews

Editors at Vogue Knitting Magazine

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Vogue Knitting Knitterviews
Vogue Knitting Knitterviews

Vogue Knitting Knitterviews

Editors at Vogue Knitting Magazine

11
Followers
56
Plays
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For the last few decades there's been a revolution in the knitting world, and we go behind the scenes to gain insight into what inspired and motivated the knitting superstars who were part of this exciting time. Join us every two weeks on Vogue Knitting Knitterviews as we interview the influencers who contributed to making the knitosphere what it is today. Brought to you by Penguin Random House Audio: “Listen while you knit."

Latest Episodes

Sandy Black talks fashion, technology, and Cats the Musical.

Sandy Black is a professor of fashion and textile design and technology at the London College of Fashion. She curated the touring exhibition The New Knitting and is the author of numerous publications includingKnitwear in Fashion,Fashioning Fabrics, andEco-Chic: The Fashion Paradox. She is the founder and coeditor of the journalFashion Practice: The Journal of Design, Creative Process & the Fashion Industry.

40 MIN4 days ago
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Sandy Black talks fashion, technology, and Cats the Musical.

Nicky Epstein talks embellishment, books, and how The Rockettes missed out.

Nicky Epstein is a prolific designer who goes from high fashion to whimsical fun with great ease and an innovative thinker that embellishes traditional knitting techniques and creates new, revolutionary ones.She has authored numerous bestselling and award-winning books, in both fashion and resource genres, that are “must haves” in knitters’ libraries. You can find her kits and samples for sale atwww.nickyepstein.etsy.com.

33 MIN2 weeks ago
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Nicky Epstein talks embellishment, books, and how The Rockettes missed out.

Margaret Stove talks lace shawls, New Zealand, and Diana, Princess of Wales.

Margaret Stove is a leading expert of hand knitted superfine lace. Examples of her work are found in many galleries and private collections throughout the world. A passion for knitting and later designing lace led Stove to explore techniques for spinning lace yarns. Stove teaches lace knitting and spinning internationally, and her line of New Zealand Merino lace yarn and patterns are distributed in the United States and throughout the world.

30 MINAUG 20
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Margaret Stove talks lace shawls, New Zealand, and Diana, Princess of Wales.

Julie Weisenberger talks tools, tailoring, and how to stay motivated through chocolate.

Julie Weisenberger is an internationally renowned knitwear designer and teacher known for her elegant, modern fashion sense and her unique commonsense method to knitting tailored, seamless sweaters that are as enjoyable to make as they are comfortable and flattering to wear.

39 MINAUG 6
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Julie Weisenberger talks tools, tailoring, and how to stay motivated through chocolate.

Arne & Carlos talk Space Invaders, innovation, and life in a Norwegian railway station.

Scandinavians Arne Nerjordet and Carlos Zachrison are highly regarded designers, textile artists, and authors. They are best known for their original, colorful, and visually striking designs as well as their craft books. Their work is highly influenced by their Scandinavian background and their everyday life in rural Norway.

50 MINJUL 23
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Arne & Carlos talk Space Invaders, innovation, and life in a Norwegian railway station.

Alice Starmore talks the Hebrides, multi-tasking yarn and the fantastical.

Alice Starmore is a Scottish artist, designer and internationally renowned author. She was born on the Hebridean Isle of Lewis into a family of Gaelic-speaking crofter-fishermen, and this culture and the natural landscape of her home have greatly influenced her work.

53 MINJUL 9
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Alice Starmore talks the Hebrides, multi-tasking yarn and the fantastical.

Brandi Harper talks Brooklyn, minimalism, and her signature crochet finishing.

Brandi is a self-taught knitwear designer specializing in natural handmade goods for all genders. She is all about intricate construction, shaping techniques, and creating classic, wearable pieces with pops of color. She sells original, ready-made knitwear, detailed how-to knitting pattern books, and shares her journey as a small business owner through curriculum development and teaching. She also works full-time as a coordinator at the Park Slope Food Coop. She is a one-woman show, always on a learning curve and in a happy hustle.

38 MINJUN 25
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Brandi Harper talks Brooklyn, minimalism, and her signature crochet finishing.

Mary Jane Mucklestone talks Fair Isle, fashion and the allure of the Shetland Islands.

Mary Jane Mucklestone is a hand-knitting designer known for inventive colorwork design. She has a passion for folk knitting and has traveled the world to study traditional techniques and to learn about the history of the craft. Her first three books, 200 Fair Isle Motifs, 150 Scandinavian Motifs, and Fair Isle Style, were instant classics, and her latest, Geo Knits: 10 Lessons and Projects for Knitting Stripes, Chevrons, Triangles, Polka Dots and More is set to become one as well. Mary Jane loves to teach, specializing in lively, fun, and informative classes. Mary Jane’s inventive hand-knitting designs are featured in many books and magazines as well as on her website,MaryJaneMucklestone.com.

37 MINJUN 11
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Mary Jane Mucklestone talks Fair Isle, fashion and the allure of the Shetland Islands.

Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton talks adventure, Sweden, and egotistical fibers.

Hamilton’s artistic career began when she started selling her creations in her mid-teens. A true multi-crafter, she is proficient at embroidery, macramé and crochet but finally settled on handknitting at the age of 22. After a design and hand knit career in New York, she moved to Sweden, eventually opening a yarn store. To date Cornelia has written 15 pattern books for knitting and written numerous articles on the history of knitting in Sweden.She now divides her time between Sweden and America, giving workshops and lectures at trade shows and retreats and marketing her yarn line, Heaven's Hand.

40 MINMAY 27
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Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton talks adventure, Sweden, and egotistical fibers.

Cecelia Campochiaro talks science, Silicon Valley, sequence knitting and marls.

Cecelia Campochiaro started knitting at age twelve as a hobby. She has a doctorate in physical chemistry and has lived and worked in Silicon Valley for more than twenty years, developing different kinds of microscopes for finding problems with computer chips. Cecelia began experimenting with new ways to create fabric when flying on business trips. These ideas grew, and eventually the book Sequence Knitting was born. Textiles, photography, and the arts have been lifelong passions, and she loves thinking about how these different creative areas intersect with math and science.​

37 MINMAY 14
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Cecelia Campochiaro talks science, Silicon Valley, sequence knitting and marls.

Latest Episodes

Sandy Black talks fashion, technology, and Cats the Musical.

Sandy Black is a professor of fashion and textile design and technology at the London College of Fashion. She curated the touring exhibition The New Knitting and is the author of numerous publications includingKnitwear in Fashion,Fashioning Fabrics, andEco-Chic: The Fashion Paradox. She is the founder and coeditor of the journalFashion Practice: The Journal of Design, Creative Process & the Fashion Industry.

40 MIN4 days ago
Comments
Sandy Black talks fashion, technology, and Cats the Musical.

Nicky Epstein talks embellishment, books, and how The Rockettes missed out.

Nicky Epstein is a prolific designer who goes from high fashion to whimsical fun with great ease and an innovative thinker that embellishes traditional knitting techniques and creates new, revolutionary ones.She has authored numerous bestselling and award-winning books, in both fashion and resource genres, that are “must haves” in knitters’ libraries. You can find her kits and samples for sale atwww.nickyepstein.etsy.com.

33 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Nicky Epstein talks embellishment, books, and how The Rockettes missed out.

Margaret Stove talks lace shawls, New Zealand, and Diana, Princess of Wales.

Margaret Stove is a leading expert of hand knitted superfine lace. Examples of her work are found in many galleries and private collections throughout the world. A passion for knitting and later designing lace led Stove to explore techniques for spinning lace yarns. Stove teaches lace knitting and spinning internationally, and her line of New Zealand Merino lace yarn and patterns are distributed in the United States and throughout the world.

30 MINAUG 20
Comments
Margaret Stove talks lace shawls, New Zealand, and Diana, Princess of Wales.

Julie Weisenberger talks tools, tailoring, and how to stay motivated through chocolate.

Julie Weisenberger is an internationally renowned knitwear designer and teacher known for her elegant, modern fashion sense and her unique commonsense method to knitting tailored, seamless sweaters that are as enjoyable to make as they are comfortable and flattering to wear.

39 MINAUG 6
Comments
Julie Weisenberger talks tools, tailoring, and how to stay motivated through chocolate.

Arne & Carlos talk Space Invaders, innovation, and life in a Norwegian railway station.

Scandinavians Arne Nerjordet and Carlos Zachrison are highly regarded designers, textile artists, and authors. They are best known for their original, colorful, and visually striking designs as well as their craft books. Their work is highly influenced by their Scandinavian background and their everyday life in rural Norway.

50 MINJUL 23
Comments
Arne & Carlos talk Space Invaders, innovation, and life in a Norwegian railway station.

Alice Starmore talks the Hebrides, multi-tasking yarn and the fantastical.

Alice Starmore is a Scottish artist, designer and internationally renowned author. She was born on the Hebridean Isle of Lewis into a family of Gaelic-speaking crofter-fishermen, and this culture and the natural landscape of her home have greatly influenced her work.

53 MINJUL 9
Comments
Alice Starmore talks the Hebrides, multi-tasking yarn and the fantastical.

Brandi Harper talks Brooklyn, minimalism, and her signature crochet finishing.

Brandi is a self-taught knitwear designer specializing in natural handmade goods for all genders. She is all about intricate construction, shaping techniques, and creating classic, wearable pieces with pops of color. She sells original, ready-made knitwear, detailed how-to knitting pattern books, and shares her journey as a small business owner through curriculum development and teaching. She also works full-time as a coordinator at the Park Slope Food Coop. She is a one-woman show, always on a learning curve and in a happy hustle.

38 MINJUN 25
Comments
Brandi Harper talks Brooklyn, minimalism, and her signature crochet finishing.

Mary Jane Mucklestone talks Fair Isle, fashion and the allure of the Shetland Islands.

Mary Jane Mucklestone is a hand-knitting designer known for inventive colorwork design. She has a passion for folk knitting and has traveled the world to study traditional techniques and to learn about the history of the craft. Her first three books, 200 Fair Isle Motifs, 150 Scandinavian Motifs, and Fair Isle Style, were instant classics, and her latest, Geo Knits: 10 Lessons and Projects for Knitting Stripes, Chevrons, Triangles, Polka Dots and More is set to become one as well. Mary Jane loves to teach, specializing in lively, fun, and informative classes. Mary Jane’s inventive hand-knitting designs are featured in many books and magazines as well as on her website,MaryJaneMucklestone.com.

37 MINJUN 11
Comments
Mary Jane Mucklestone talks Fair Isle, fashion and the allure of the Shetland Islands.

Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton talks adventure, Sweden, and egotistical fibers.

Hamilton’s artistic career began when she started selling her creations in her mid-teens. A true multi-crafter, she is proficient at embroidery, macramé and crochet but finally settled on handknitting at the age of 22. After a design and hand knit career in New York, she moved to Sweden, eventually opening a yarn store. To date Cornelia has written 15 pattern books for knitting and written numerous articles on the history of knitting in Sweden.She now divides her time between Sweden and America, giving workshops and lectures at trade shows and retreats and marketing her yarn line, Heaven's Hand.

40 MINMAY 27
Comments
Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton talks adventure, Sweden, and egotistical fibers.

Cecelia Campochiaro talks science, Silicon Valley, sequence knitting and marls.

Cecelia Campochiaro started knitting at age twelve as a hobby. She has a doctorate in physical chemistry and has lived and worked in Silicon Valley for more than twenty years, developing different kinds of microscopes for finding problems with computer chips. Cecelia began experimenting with new ways to create fabric when flying on business trips. These ideas grew, and eventually the book Sequence Knitting was born. Textiles, photography, and the arts have been lifelong passions, and she loves thinking about how these different creative areas intersect with math and science.​

37 MINMAY 14
Comments
Cecelia Campochiaro talks science, Silicon Valley, sequence knitting and marls.