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Amirisu Magazine
Amirisu Magazine
Amirisu Magazine
Amirisu Magazine

Amirisu Magazine


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Amirisu is a beautiful knitting magazine from Japan.  If you are after earlier issues please contact us and we will see if we can obtain copies for you. 

Issue 25 Fall/Winter 2022

This issue features twelve knitwear designs created with special attention to silhouette and pattern in subdued shades. Photographs were taken on location at the recently renovated Kyoto City KYOCERA Art Museum. Paired with the magnificent architecture of the museum, each design is truly a work of art.

Participating designers:
Alice Caetano, Bérangère Cailliau, Bristol Ivy, Hiromi Nagasawa, Karel Chan, Ksenia Naidyon, Miki Teragaki, Miyuki Watanabe, Paula Pereira, Ronja Hakalehto, Teti Lutsak, amirisu

Feature: Special Interviews on Fashion & Knitting
Amirisu interviewed designers and owners who have successfully combined their passion for hand-knitting, fashion and creativity to create successful businesses. In addition, it is a book full of handcraft information such as;

- Lori's handmade project, how to make a sewing machine quilt cushion cover,

- how to make a crochet basket,

- and an introduction to Japanese Kintsugi. 

  • A4 size, 130 pages. Comes with a Ravelry download code. All patterns are Japanese sentence patterns and charts. It's not a knitting pattern. 
  • A PDF download code is included in the print copy.

Issue 24 Spring/Summer 2022

Harmonized by a soft palette of pastel and neutral hues, the twelve knitwear designs in this issue are inspired by the customs, family traditions, and special places that have contributed to each designer’s heritage.

Participating designers: Rosemary (Romi) Hill / Leeni Hoimela / Rastus Hsu / Sari Nordlund / Inese Sang / Megumi Sawada / Susanne Sommer / yamagara / Yucca / Dianna Walla / amirisu

Feature: Craft Guide to Toronto
Three locals, Laura Chau and Kiyomi & Sachiko Burgin, share some of their favorite spots in the city.

Plus, a project from Lori Ann Graham, a machine-quilted tote bag project, a look at Retrosaria Rosa Pomar’s new shop, and more!


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