Laine is now available for presale and will ship toward the end of May.
The newest issue of Laine Magazine is going to be a fantastic one and we're really looking forward to a few wonderful additions. We're really happy to see visible changes that impact not just the visibility of BIPoC by using people of color as models, but also financially supporting designers and writers from marginalized groups. This is what inclusion looks like.
A breakdown in numbers:
140 pages, 11 knitting patterns, 1 interview with Susan Crawford, 1 long-format story about Ocean Rose, one article by Pauline Copin-Herriot of Lain'amourée, 1 column by Jeanette Sloan (now a regular columnist), 1 travel guide to Laine's hometown, Tampere, Finland.