Rib Magazine: No. 2 | NAVIGATE

 

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Texture, fit, technique, style. Just a handful of elements that inspire today’s knitter to pick up needles and cast on. When it comes to men who knit or those who wish to knit for them, though, sources of inspiration are often difficult to come by. 

The solution is Rib Magazine; an ever-evolving, inspirational library of men’s knitwear patterns and highlight the renaissance of men returning to the craft and art of knitting. In these pages, you will not only find engaging designs, but stories of men who participate in and contribute to our fiber community, whether they be knitters, designers, weavers, spinners, or dyers. Through their stories, the aim is to motivate and attract more men to knitting. 

We’re excited to offer the second issue of Rib Magazine: No. 2 | NAVIGATE. In the pages of this issue, you will find designs and articles that explore the craft of knitting. The editors have selected garments and accessories with interesting constructions and techniques—challenges for you to navigate and adventures to embrace. Whether you are embarking on a project to learn a new skill or fine tune your craft, we hope that you enjoy the journey of creating a timeless piece for your wardrobe or a loved one’s.

The issue contains eight patterns, as well as two articles—an insightful exploration of visible mending by Tom van Deijnen (aka Tom of Holland) and a poignant “Why I Knit” essay by Matthew Rippeyoung. A review of the Lykke Driftwood interchangeable needle set and a cocktail recipe round out the issue’s offerings.

Eric Lutz, Publisher
Devon Johnson, Editor
Jennie Johnson, Associate Editor

 

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Photography: Devon Johnson

 
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