Vogue Knitting

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Vogue Knitting
The Holiday 2011 cover featuring Martha Stewart
Vice President/Editorial DirectorTrisha Malcolm
CategoriesArts and crafts
PublisherDavid Joinnides
FounderConde Nast
Year founded1932
First issue1932
CompanySoHo Publishing LLC
CountryUnited States
Based inNew York, Ny

Vogue Knitting is an American fashion magazine about knitting published by SoHo Publishing LLC.[1] Unrelated to Vogue magazine, it is published quarterly and its contents include information on patterns, reviews on yarn, and interviews with designers.[2]

Originally launched in 1932 by Conde Nast, the magazine shuttered in 1969. It was relaunched in 1982 by the Butterick Company, who had purchased Vogue Patterns; Publisher and marketing director Art Joinnides saw the market potential for a knitting title. The magazine is edited by Trisha Malcolm, and has its headquarters is in New York. NY.

The magazine holds a fan convention Vogue Knitting Live, which primarily takes place in New York and sometimes in other cities. Classes and demonstrations are held as part of the convention, along with a fashion show.[2]


  1. ^ "About Us". Vogue Knitting. Retrieved July 29, 2018.
  2. ^ a b Akun, Alanna (January 17, 2017). "A Massive Knitting Convention Gave Me (Some) Hope About the State of the World". Racked. Archived from the original on January 21, 2017.

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