Making Stories Magazine

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Making Stories Issue 11 : Seashore
Spring 2024

12 knitwear patterns for garments and accessories that are as perfect for a day
exploring the seashore as they are for your daily life. With designs ranging from sweet colorwork to intricate texture, blending geometric lace with soothing stockinette, and throwing in a few cables and swooping silhouettes for good measure – Issue 11 designers have absolutely outdone themselves!

Designs by Audrey Borrego, Imke von Nathusius, Jenn Lampen, Jule Kebelmann, Katrine Birkenwasser, Lindsey Fowler, Louisa Gauge, Marina Skua, Natalia Milas, Regina Wimmer, Sidney Rakotoarivelo, and Tania Dejoie

Contributions by Liza Laird

Magazine Specs

  • Content: 12 patterns, 1 poem
  • Format: Every print copy comes with two download codes printed inside: One for a digital copy, and one for adding the magazine to your Ravelry library.
  • Length: 136 full-color pages
  • Dimensions: 20 x 26 x 1 cm / 7.9 x 10.3 x 0.4”
Sustainability Check
  • Made out of 100% recycled paper with a coated finish to make the photos really stand out
  • Printed with Königsdruck in Berlin, a family-run printer with a focus on sustainability
  • Packaged without a scrap of plastic - using 100% recycled paper materials instead

Who’s behind Making Stories Magazine?
Making Stories GmbH is an independent knitwear design publisher, owned by Hanna Lisa Haferkamp who runs it together with her small, team. They believe in choosing to use resources and capacities, be they human, environmental, social or financial, in a way that can be sustained in the long run. They believe in being aware of and actively reflecting on all parts of their (work) process and communicating them openly and honestly. They believe in treating all living beings involved in our work fairly, respectfully and lovingly and in caring about and for their physical and mental well-being. They believe in not discriminating against anyone based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, health, physical appearance, economic situation, education or any other factor, being mindful of what that means for their lives and their stories and working towards a world where everyone is free to create the life they wish to live.