Vogue Knitting LIVE New York January 2013 was a tremendous success! To read the recap of our event click here! To register for the New York January 2014 show click here!

What People Have to Say About Vogue Knitting LIVE!

“I loved the fashion shows and seeing all of the beautiful knits on the models, plus the lights and the action! I am a huge fan of Vogue Knitting, and Vogue Knitting LIVE made the magazine come to life! Can’t wait to see the shows next year!” –Erica Rand, Rye, NY
“I went to the Marketplace every day that I was there, Friday through Sunday. It was addictive! All I can say is WOW! Loved Vogue Knitting LIVE and can’t wait for next year!” –Jessica Kessin, NY, NY

This Week’s Featured Teacher

Martin Storey: Martin was born in Hull, England, and raised on a pig farm on the East Yorkshire coast. During his time at the local village school he came under the influence of teacher Mrs. Cross, who taught him to knit and sew. Martin went on to a degree in fashion at Middlesex University, were he developed his knitting skills and produced a collection of handknits for his final degree show. After graduating he went on to work for Artwork, an influential handknit design company and later as chief designer for Jaeger. More recently he is producing 3 or 4 Rowan brochures per season and also a series of books including Nordic Knits and Aran Knits.. View Martin’s sessions >


This Week’s Featured Sponsor

Zealana: Zealana offers a unique range of hand knitting yarns produced in New Zealand utilizing a wide range of natural fibers. The hand knitting range focuses primarily on possum-blended yarns and its unique qualities of softness, lightness, and warmth. Zealana is the proud sponsor of the Vogue Knitting Design Contest, as well as the Opening Cocktail Reception and the Gala Dinner & Design Awards. Learn more about Zealana >


Event RecapEvent Recap

Vogue Knitting LIVE Takes Manhattan! Thank you for another fantastic Vogue Knitting LIVE New York! We might have been in our hometown, but this “escape” into a weekend of yarn felt as if we were in another world. We definitely did not want to leave when Monday’s afternoon sessions ended. The three days of classes, plus the two days of Marketplace shopping, went by in a flash! Read more about New York >