My newest tapestry knitting design just came out in Knit Edge magazine. It's a scarf featuring repeated offset motifs of a moon reflected in water. You can see that the colors are reversed on the flip side, but the piece is not double-knit. There's only a single layer of each color---the reversibility of tapestry knitting is due to there being a little "wrong side" on every "right side."
Moon Mirrors is done using the same technique as Hestia (also a reversible garment!) of stranding colors on both sides of the knitting to make a compelling tapestry-like fabric. Watch out, though---it's addictive!
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