The Matterhorn is perhaps the most recognizable of all alpine mountains.
Having basked in the uncharacteristic summer heat, knitters in the UK might be ready for this cooling view of the Matterhorn. Although not the highest mountain in the Alps (even in Switzerland it is beaten to the title by the Monte Rosa), it is perhaps the most recognizable.
How will you interpret this image? The sky calls out for wool to frame the mountain itself, but perhaps you would prefer to add white snow to the famous peak. Feeling more mischievous? How about adding a knitted representation of the famous chocolate bar invented by Herr Tobler?