amirisu


Issue No.: 22: Spring/Summer 2021
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Issue 22: Spring/Summer 2020

Inspiration from the Japanese knitting and craft scene.

We appreciate that many of our customers wish to order other items along with their copy of amirisu. When you pre-order, we will hold all of your items and ship everything when the latest amirisu issue is released. If you prefer that your other items ship immediately, please place a separate order. Thank you!

amirisu is a print and online magazine that launched in August 2012. The founders, Tokuko and Meri, met through Ravelry in 2011. They were both frustrated by lack of modern and elegant knitwear patterns that could actually be worn to work, and thought knitters in other countries (not just in Japan) likely had the same frustration. Thus, the bilingual knitting magazine, amirisu, was born. 

Now, amirisu magazine is distributed throughout the world, primarily through quality boutique yarn shops. To find out more about the amirisu journey, head over to Woolful Podcast or Morning on the Dock (a podcast by Squam Art Workshops).

  • Printed in Japan / A4 size / 130 pages
  • Download Code: A Ravelry download code of the entire magazine is printed on an inserted card.
  • Details on specific issues outlined below. 

Issue 22 - Spring / Summer 2021

Theme: Strata
Inspired by layers, this issue features twelve knitwear designs created by some of our most favorite designers from Japan and abroad.

Participating designers: Fiona Alice / Trine Bertelsen / Sari Nordlund / Kate Gagnon Osborn / Ririko / eri shimizu / Nataliya Sinelshchikova / Orlane Sucche / Dianna Walla / amirisu

We are excited to feature a craft guide to the main island of Okinawa in this issue and, as travel continues to be a distant dream for most around the world, we hope that reading it will be a sort of journey in itself.

International tourists will likely continue to be unable to enter Japan for some time, but we hope our recommendations can be a source of inspiration for the future when the international situation has improved.

Feature: Colors of Okinawa
In our craft guide to Okinawa, encounter two fascinating textile traditions and get inspiration for a future trip with our recommendations for museums, textile workshops, and pottery galleries on the island.

Plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, virtual events and content to enjoy from anywhere, a needle felt project, and more.

Issue 21 - Fall / Winter 2020

Theme: From Land to Needles 
This new issue features 12 knitwear designs that will inspire you with texture and color, created by some of our most favorite designers from Japan and abroad.

Participating designers: Stella Egidi / Keiko Kikuno / Mizuho Komiya / Sari Nordlund / Rievive / Megumi Sawada / Alina Schneider / Orlane Sucche / Dianna Walla / Miyuki Watanabe / amirisu

Feature: From Land to Needles - Tracing our yarns back to their sources
Meri interviews the founders of two yarn companies — Nomadnoos and Woolfolk — working to make the world a better place through ethical, sustainable, and regenerative business practices.

Plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, holiday gift ideas, handmade projects using bassen indigo dyeing and weaving, and more.

Issue 20 - Spring / Summer 2020

Theme: Les Aventures
This new issue features 12 knitwear designs by some of our most favorite designers from Japan and abroad, perfect for your summer adventures.

Participating designers: Alice Caetano / Kiyomi Burgin / Justyna Lorkowska / Mizuho Komiya / Rie / Paula Pereira / Yamagara / Yuki / Yuko Shimizu / amirisu

Feature: Itoshiro Yohinten - Challenges for sustainability
We interviewed the founder of a Japanese clothing brand based in a small village in Japan, where they naturally dye all of their textiles and design clothing based on traditional Japanese farm wear.

Issue 19 - Fall/Winter 2019

Theme: Inside Stories
12 knitwear designs by some of our favorite designers from Japan and abroad, to enjoy slow and relaxing days at your cozy home. 

Participating designers: Bristol Ivy / Keiko Kikuno / Kiyomi Burgin / Trin-Annelie / Alice Caetano / Mikiko Gasnier / Paula Pereira / Megumi Sawada / Miyuki Watanabe / Melody Hoffmann / amirisu

Feature: Where We Dream And Work

Plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, an introduction to sashiko, a holiday pop-up card, a recipe, and more.

Issue 18 - Summer 2019

Theme: Midsummer Dreams
12 gorgeous knitwear designs to celebrate the warmer weather and the time that we can spend outdoors. 

Participating designers: ANKESTRiCK / Kiyomi Burgin / Sachiko Burgin / Alice Caetano / Veronika Jobe / Paula Pereira / Megumi Sawada / Katrin Schneider / Miyuki Watanabe / amirisu

Feature: Craft City Guide to Sydney and Melbourne

Plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, a ballon skirt pattern, a hedgehog pompom, a recipe, and more.

Issue 17 - Fall/Winter 2018 

Theme: Vintage
12 patterns including pullovers, a shawl, and accessories.

Participating designers: Fiona Alice / Alice Caetano / Verena Cohrs / Andrea Mowry / ERI / Kitman Figueroa / Natasja Hornby / Caitlin Hunter / Keiko Kikuno / Orlane Sucche / Yuki / amirisu. 

Feature Interview: bookhou - the story of creative life

Plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, a few handmade projects, a recipe, and more.

Issue 16 - Summer 2018

Theme: Watercolors
12 patterns including pullovers, a shawl, and accessories.

Participating designers: Fiona Alice / Alice Caetano / Joan Forgione / Maddie Harvey / Bernice Lim / Amy Miller / Andrea Mowry / Orlane Sucche / Astrid Troland / Holli Yeoh.

Feature: Craft City Guide to New England, by Elizabeth Duvivier, the founder of Squam Art Workshops. 

Plus a project from Lori Ann Graham, a few handmade projects, a recipe, and more. 

 

Images courtesy of amirisu.

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