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Twist is the world’s only publication dedicated to textiles made from natural fibres. With in-depth coverage across the supply chain, Twist features all the latest developments in wool, cotton, cashmere, silk, linen, and cellulose fibres, as well as mohair, alpaca and vicuña and other rare and speciality fibres.

With readers across the value chain, including fibre producers, early stage processors, spinners, weavers, knitters, garment manufacturers, brands and retailers, Twist profiles leading companies and independent design talent, reports on key seasonal trends from international shows, and provides indepth analysis on the latest activity in the natural fibres markets.

Twist also runs a biannual sourcing feature, offering readers a practical guide for their fibre, yarn and fabric sourcing needs worldwide.

Jonathan Dyson

Jonathan Dyson, Editor, Twist

Jonathan Dyson joined WTiN as a staff journalist in 2006, and went on to become Editor of Wool Record in 2007, before relaunching the magazine as Twist.

Previosuly WTiN's Head of Content from 2009 to 2011, as well as Editor of Future Textiles, Jonathan is also Editor of Knitting International.

Jonathan can be found Tweeting @JonathanDyson.

Upcoming features in 2018


Issue 1

• Performance fibres
• Wool and early stage focus
• Chinese translation issue
• Bonus distribution: Premiere Vision Paris, Filo, Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics

Issue 2

• Sports/outdoor wear
• Spring/summer fabric trends
• Spring/summer yarn trens

Issue 3

• Cotton fibre focus
• Rare and speciality fibres
• Denim focus
• Bonus distribution: IWTO Congress, Pitti Filati

Issue 4

• Super luxury
• Sports/outdoor wear
• Cellulose fibres focus

Issue 5

• Autumn/winter yarn trends
• Performance fibres
• Cashmere fibre focus
• Chinese translation issue
 Bonus distribution: Premiere Vision Paris, Filo, Nanjing Wool Market Conference, Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics

Issue 6

• Mohair fibre focus
• Sports/outdoor wear
• Japanese translation issue
Bonus distribution: JITAC

Issue 7

• Autumn/winter fabric trends
• Wool and early stage focus
• Knitwear

Issue 8

• Rare and speciality fibres
• Sports/outdoor wear
• Cotton fibre focus
Bonus distribution: ISPO Munich, Pitti Filati