In Issue 4 we explore our dark side. Discover gloomy colors to brighten your home. Prepare your own winter stills and muse about your next master piece. We introduce our hand dyed yarns that are just perfect for weaving. Marvel at the work of fiber masters from Germany, France, Australia, the US and the Netherlands who are making waves globally. All you need really to get into a festive mood.
In Issue 5 is all about creating maximum texture in your projects - learn stitch techniques that will bring your work to life. Hand spinning is our new passion. Take the wheel and discover how you can spruce up a modern interior with your own handspun creations. Punch needling is going through a marvelous revival. We speak to Arounna of Bookhou about her fascination with this craft. From Lisbon to LA, we showcase the innovative work of our favorite international fiber artists. Get ready to delve into colorful and lush tapestry, macramé wall art, miniature needlework and much more. We introduce you to our KOEL Whites, a series of handpicked white and off-white yarns. Natural beauties, plain and simple. Our spring latch hook design is super shaggy. Continue your never-ending love affair with this free-spirited craft.
In Issue 6 we pack our bags and relax into a long and well-deserved break from it all. Leave enough luggage space for your portable yarn projects, taking a lot of slow time to dream up sunny fiber art pieces. KOEL’s got you covered - whether you’re dozing off on sandy beaches or zipping afternoon cocktails in your favorite watering hole, we’ve made sure that you have the latest modern yarn crafting trends at your fingertips.
In Issue 7 we give you the bulkiest issue yet... a genuine collector's item, we've added 16 extra pages with lots of exciting content for you to get inspired. The perfect gift for loved ones or treat yourself to many hours of happy browsing. Pulling through yet another harsh winter will be a breeze! Famous yarn artists such as Molla Mills and the founders of We Are Knitters share with us their secret to success. We also want you to meet our favorite interior architects, they call themselves XandL - in short, they are visionaries. Find out for yourself by taking a peek behind the curtain of their Amsterdam atelier. Have you ever tried mixing your silky soft roving wool with a carder or blending board? Well, we have, and you'll see the results of our pre-spinning efforts inside. We also tried our hand at abstract and crewel embroidery. Free style needlework is simply amazing - you never know where your project will lead you.
Total pages: 161 (for issue 4,5,6); 177 (for issue 7) Size: 21 cm × 27.5 cm Binding: Perfect bound Printing: Offset Printing in full color Paper weight: 115 gsm FSC-Certified matt paper with a 240 gsm granulated UV varnish cover