As I scanned the patterns into my pattern library, I added a few more. They are all from the vintage section.
Stanwick caught my eye the first time I looked through the magazine, But I really don't like the way it looks in the photo. When I look at the diagrams though I see that it does indeed have the potential I originally envisioned. This design is knit in a dk weight yarn by On-Line, Linie 4, which is described in the magazine as wool and on Ravelry as cotton. I am inclined to think it is a mistranslation in the magazine and the yarn is cotton. But I would probably knit this in wool anyway.
Then there is Harlow. This pattern is for a cardigan and a skirt. I like the cardigan. Again, I can see potential here, although I am not completely sure I when I will ever knit or wear this. This design is knit in Gedifra's Mayra, a worsted weight cotton/nylon yarn.
The skirt however, I adore. When I look at the diagram I love it even more with its fabulous short-row shaping. Although I may or may not use a similar cotton/nylon yarn if I knit the jacket, I believe you would need the nylon content in a skirt to help keep it from bagging and sagging.
I also added the pattern called Lake, a lovely sweater. Again this is one I was strongly drawn too and then put aside and came back too. I realize, as I look at the pattern more closely, that my original doubts were due to the soft colors and the strongly vintage feel of the original. Although I am all for femininity, it seemed to soft and sweet. But when I looked at the black and white photo, and the diagrams, I began to have more ideas as to how I would potentially knit this and use it, and began to form color ideas of my own in my head. This was critical.
There are also several nice crocheted sweaters in this issue. It has been decades since I have crocheted a sweater, and most of these are charming but not "me". There is however, one I added to the file, although I have no immediate plans to make it. Angelou is crocheted in a DK weight silk yarn by Junghans.
All in all, it appears I am interested in 9 patterns from this issue, a very good number.