Koel magazine (pronounced roughly "cool") is essentially a drop-dead-gorgeous European interiors magazine that happens to be chock full of yarn crafts for the home. The departments cover the full range of fiber arts — crochet, knitting, macrame, needlework, weaving and even latch hook! — and each contains a marketplace section (called Koel Stuff) as well as patterns and profiles for that particular craft. Along with incredible interiors, interviews, and more.
• Issue 2 (Early 2017) includes a tribute to the crocheted circle and all its many uses; a knitted pillow pattern that employs neon speckled in a somewhat minimalist way; projects in weaving, latch hook and macramé; interviews with makers Karen Barbé and Arounna Khounnaraj (Bookhou); a pull-out guide to global destinations with striking yarn decor; and lots more.
- 136 pages
- perfect bound, with satiny card-weight cover
- patterns, interviews, essays, recipes and more
- 8.25 x 11 inches
- published and printed in Singapore