Of all the knitting magazines I know of (and I'm going to be following about fourteen of them for this blog), Knit n' Style is probably the one with the most down-market feel. I have a couple of issues I bought back in the nineties and I've looked at it on the news stands occasionally since then, and its patterns have generally looked like they were knitted by the staff's grandmas out of whatever yarn was in the clearance bin at Zellers. That's not to say they don't publish some first-rate patterns, because they do, but many of their offerings look tacky and ten or fifteen years out of date at the time of publication.
But let's have a look at their February 2013 issue. And while I'm on the subject, Knit n' Style, you might consider knitting naming your issues by season as the other knitting magazines do. That way your readers won't be wondering if they've missed the November, December, and January issues.
Interweave Knits Winter 2012 issue. It's better shaped and sits better and will be far more flattering to any woman.