Interweave Knits has released their Fall 2015 issue. Let's take a look at it together, shall we?
Tucker Sweater. This is the cover look, and it's a nice simple piece with good shaping and face-framing detail.
Yellow Gold Pullover. This is a nice piece too, though all the horizontal lines make it less flattering than the previous design.
Woodlake Shawl. The stitchwork in this is very well done, but the piece looks so awkward and bulky and "seventies-era homemaker magazine pattern" as a whole.
Deirdre Shawl. Lovely and polished little shawl.
Paddock Cardigan. Well-shaped and simple with just a little telling detail to keep it from being too plain.
Squall Line Shawl. Classic lace shawl.
Purple Sage Socks. This pattern has two versions: a version with plain ribs between the cables and another with lacy ribs and cables. My preference is for the plain ribs pair, but they're both good design and look very well structured.
Zigzag Wanderer. I like the stitchwork here, and the unexpected touch of the stockinette undersleeve section, but the fit and shape could definitely do with some neatening up.
Gunnislake Pullover. Oooh, this one is eye-catching and has a lot of style, and yet it's something most men would have no objections to wearing. This isn't something one sees every day in men's knitwear, so good work.
Dee Pullover. I quite like this piece on the whole, as it has good shaping and some interesting detail. But I would fix the mullet hem by making back and front equal length, and there are more attractive yarn choices for this piece. This one makes me think of mouldy fall leaves.
St. Helier Pullover. This isn't a bad piece on the whole (it's hard to go wrong with a classic Guernsey pullover), but I keep staring at that bottom hem and thinking it's placing way too much emphasis on the hips, which is really not an area any woman cares to highlight. I'd cut down the depth of the hem by omitting either the diamond section or most of the horizontal ribbing section, and adjusting the cuffs to reflect whatever I'd done with the hemline.
Bath Abbey Hat. Very clever integration of colourwork and stitchwork in this one.
Commonwealth Sweater. Nice design. It has good shaping and I like the subtle snowflake pattern.
Agrotera Pullover. This is a traditional style with a bit of a twist in its distinctive ribbed yoke. The result is lovely, and fortunately the added leather harness is optional.
Cotswold Henley. Traditional men's sweater with some added textural detailing to keep things interesting.