I think this is my favourite issue of Twist Collective so far. The photography and styling in Twist is always beautiful, so I love looking through it even if the individual patterns don't appeal to me. In this issue, the photos are gorgeous but I also want to make practically everything, so it's all a bit overwhelming!
I can't pick one favourite, but as it turns out, many that jump out at me are from Mary-Heather's colourful story.
Orange Pop is awesome. I've never considered using the "wrong-side" of fair-isle as a pattern in itself before, but leave it to Norah Gaughan to come at knitting from all sides. So cool. I would leave off the turtle-neck on this, probably, and I suspect I would use less popping colours, but still. Cityscape is adorable. I would add waist-shaping if I made it for myself, though. And socks! Manolo is so elegant. I've never been attracted to designer shoes, but I would totally make these socks, even to hide them in my unfashionable footwear.
I also like the soft, muted colour palette of "Une histoire comme les autres" - extra bonus points for Montreal and French!
Acorns is pretty and looks infinitely wearable, as does Metro.
Finally, I've always wanted to make a coat, even though I'm not sure how practical it would be. Maybe Red Oak is the one.
I'm so glad fall knitting is around the corner.