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AW15 Looks like it will be a good knitting season…..

In my role as a knitwear designer  for the fashion industry, every season I have to attend trade fairs and predict trends and sift through a lot of information before I even put pen to paper, or in my case, graphics tablet pen to illustrator. But my favourite bit, mainly because I’m biting my nails waiting to see if my trend predictions were right, is definitely the catwalk sifting. Yes there is a lot of pictures and on the whole, a bit of a tedious task to undertake, but every so often you’ll find something that inspires you or just makes you smile.

Autumn Winter 15 looks like it will be a really good year for knitwear and that makes me very excited, because when it is all over the catwalks, then that means there is an influx of new knitters and more importantly, a little bit more street cred to a hobby that can sometimes be viewed as a bit old fashioned. I love the fact that every time the designers get behind it, knitting just seems cool and that means magazines get on it and then so does the news and so on and so on until we have an amazing set of new patterns by lots of designers appearing all over the place. Amazing.

 

A Détacher AW15

A Détacher AW15

A Détacher AW15

A Détacher AW15

 

Alexander Wang AW15

Alexander Wang AW15

Alice + Olivia AW15

Alice + Olivia AW15

 

Alexander Wang AW15

Alexander Wang AW15

Alexander Wang AW15

Alexander Wang AW15

 

Alice + Olivia AW15

Alice + Olivia AW15

3.1 Phillip Lim AW15

3.1 Phillip Lim AW15

 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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Some great SS15 Resort Knits

I love to take all sorts of things on the catwalk and turn them into my version for hand or machine knitters, but I do think it is important to pay homage to the knit designs being put forward by designers. So I’m going to keep this post fairly short and give you some inspiration for your Spring Summer projects and knits.

SS15 Resort. Spring Summer 2015 Jonathan Saunders

SS15 Resort Jonathan Saunders

SS15 Resort. Spring Summer 2015 Tibi

SS15 Resort Tibi

SS15 Resort. Spring Summer 2015 Tibi

SS15 Resort Tibi

SS15 Resort. Spring Summer 2015 Jonathan Saunders

SS15 Resort Jonathan Saunders

SS15 Resort. Spring Summer 2015 Marc Jacobs

SS15 Resort Marc Jacobs

SS15 Resort. Spring Summer 2015 Jonathan Saunders

SS15 Resort Jonathan Saunders

 

 

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SS15 is looking bright….. looking orange

Well the catwalks aren’t yet over and we’re only just over half way through, but the good news is that there is something for everyone. Florals are looking tropical with a mixtures of both dark and light prints. There are deep and moody elements. Soft feminine 50’s shapes. Masculine monochrome and a very sporty relaxed look.

Personally, I’m loving the sporty stuff. It’s relaxed and comfortable. Who doesn’t like comfortable right? Relaxed wide trousers are really appealing to me just because they look very stylish, but are so comfortable especially in hot summer days, especially as I’m packing some extra stuff around my thighs.

And some colour! Yay. I was a little concerned when I was doing my trend predictions a few months ago that everything would be black and white, or fairly dark, but then came the Fresh Sporty look. I have to say I was a little relieved. I’m loving the bright corals, oranges, reds and blues for next Summer and I have to admit I am slowly getting into more white these days.

The new sporty look also means I can get rid of my high heals on occasion and I have a complete excuse to be sporty in the office. Now I know that not everyone can do that at work, but as someone who works in fashion, it is completely allowed. So on that note, I thought I’d try and give you some mild sporty ideas that you might be able to add into the work place without getting fired, but making you super comfortable and I hope, give you some inspiration for creating some knit projects. The tops below I think will be great for knit projects and regardless of your style, there is something for everyone.

 

SS15 Spring Summer 2015 Sporty relaxed clothes M Missoni

SS15 M Missoni

SS15 Spring Summer 2015 Sporty relaxed clothes DKNY

SS15 DKNY

SS15 Spring Summer 2015 Sporty relaxed clothes DKNY

SS15 DKNY

SS15 Spring Summer 2015 Sporty relaxed clothes Derek Lam 10 Crosby

SS15 Derek Lam 10 Crosby

SS15 Spring Summer 2015 Sporty relaxed clothes Antonio Berardi

SS15 Antonio Berardi

SS15 Spring Summer 2015 Sporty relaxed clothes Alice + Olivia

SS15 Alice + Olivia

 

 

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Some more Florals for AW14

So yes, the floral trends have not left us just yet. After publishing the TRENDS: Floral book last summer, floral prints have just exploded ad don’t look set to stop for some time. Next SS15 sees the return of more tropical designs and colours for your palette. Purples and rich reds and blues will feature heavily with darker backgrounds. For now though, SS14 is all summer and light flowers. Spring garden designs and large blooms. AW14 though goes darker again with winter colours and the designs go graphic at one extreme and very traditional on the other. So with that, let’s get some inspiration for our floral designs for winter.

My favourite has to definitely be the colour combinations on the Temperley collection. I love those bright mix of pinks and blues with all of the traditional Autumnal colours. Perfect!

Temperley AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Temperley AW14

Temperley AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Temperley AW14

Temperley AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Temperley AW14

Sonia Rykiel AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Sonia Rykiel AW14

Blumarine AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Blumarine AW14

Badgley Mischka AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Badgley Mischka AW14

Andrew Gn AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Andrew Gn

Alberta Ferretti AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Alberta Ferretti AW14

Thakoon AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Thakoon AW14

Temperley AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Temperley AW14

Rodarte AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Rodarte AW14

Rodarte AW14 Floral knitting design inspiration for hand and machine knitting

Rodarte AW14

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Bobbles with a twist

Well for winter we all love a good bobble, and here at Twisted we are no different. I have a bobble fest jumper coming up this winter which I can’t wait to show you, but for summer, how do you include a bobble? Well make a fake one of course. This jumper is blowing up a storm at the moment for the summer season and would be so easy to customise on an old knit or as maybe a trim idea for something new.

Self Service SS 2014 Fake Bobble idea for hand and machine knitters Mixt e No7 SS 2014 Fake Bobble idea for hand and machine knitters Flair No 9 March 2014  Fake Bobble idea for hand and machine knitters

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AW14 Snoods

I know it’s not yet summer, but in the world of fashion, we’ve already planned for Autumn Winter 2014. It looks like some of the magazines are also looking ahead to Winter and in preparation for the cold weather ahead, snoods are here to stay. Here’s some great inspiration for some knitty gifts or accessories you might want to make for yourself this winter.

All beautifully snuggly and chunky neck wraps for either hand or machine knits. I love the middle one. The chunky knit and multi textured yarn looks super warm for the snowy cold weather coming up.

Vogue Brazil June 2014 knitting inspiration for Snood accessories for hand and machine knitting

Vogue Brazil June 2014 knitting inspiration for Snood accessories for hand and machine knitting Vogue Brazil June 2014b Vogue Brazil June 2014c

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AW14 knitting

So the fashion weeks have been and gone [almost] and I wanted to talk about the knitty opposites coming this winter. Yep AW14 will be a season of opposites knitting. For those of you who love the simple life, then you are in luck. It looks like there will be lots of streamlines, simple shapes and minimal rib textures, mixed with polo necks and simple shapes. Hurrah. So it’s plain knitting all the way. Once again for you machine knitters out there, your winter is very bleak in terms of trends. There was some lace still around so you will be able to focus on that, but winter traditionally belongs to the hand knitters and this season was no different. Chunky ans simple.

Well that is until you get to the opposite side of the spectrum, that was full on colour and frills. Yep, those of you who love to be noticed, will also have a great season. Again machine knitters, fairly slim on the simple fine knits, but hand knitters will be loving it. Don’t let it put you off though. You machine knitters, know you’re great at adaption and I’m sure you’ll find something to replicate. For hand knitters, the chunky yarn is the key to winter, and there is colour bursting off the body. Woo hoo!

I do love a bit of colour in design. Have to say that I am really loving the ruffles by 3.1 Phillip Lim. May have to do that on the machine this year. Could you imagine some great ruffle wrap in an angora or cashmere. Yum!

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters Wayne

Wayne

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters 3.1 Phillip Lim

3.1 Phillip Lim

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters A.L.C.

A.L.C.

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters A.F. Vandevorst

A.F. Vandevorst

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters Wes Gordon

Wes Gordon

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters Vera Wang

Vera Wang

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters Emanuel Ungaro

Emanuel Ungaro

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters Chanel

Chanel

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters Balenciaga

Balenciaga

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters Araks

Araks

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters Alberta Ferretti

Alberta Ferretti

AW14 knitting trends for hand and machine knitters 3.1 Phillip Lim

3.1 Phillip Lim

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Flowers are just everywhere

Well I know that it’s Christmas and at this time of the year you are probably more concerned with finishing off the last of your Christmas gifts, or organising events, or just wishing that Santa will bring you all the lovely things on your list. Well yes I have to admit that I am too, but after Christmas day, what to do with my fingers? Ah the empty space of the knitting needles. Well fret not. Your knitting can start to concentrate on Summer 2014. Yep it really has come around quickly.

And what is on my mind for Spring? Flowers. Oh yes. It’s by no coincidence that the trend book this year was all about the flowery knits. [ Click here to see the book if you want ]  Flowers are the hot topic for Spring Summer 2014 and I can guarantee that they will be all over the place, from underwear to coats. If you’re looking for some inspiration from fashion, then W Magazine Dec 13 / Jan 14  really is an all out flower fest. I love this, from the shoes and tights to knitted jumper dresses, floral items are definitely on my shopping list for next year.

W Magazine December January 13 14. SS14 Flowers floral trends W Magazine December January 13 14. SS14 Flowers floral trends W Magazine December January 13 14. SS14 Flowers floral trends W Magazine December January 13 14. SS14 Flowers floral trends W Magazine December January 13 14. SS14 Flowers floral trends W Magazine December January 13 14. SS14 Flowers floral trends

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Knitting Charts for flowers. Yes TRENDS : FLORAL is here

Knitting chart bool for flowers Hand Knitting Chart, Machine Knitting Charl. flowers Floral PatternsKnitting chart bool for flowers Hand Knitting Chart, Machine Knitting Charl. flowers Floral PatternsOH YES IT’S FINALLY HERE! TRENDS : FLORALS

I’m so excited. The girls worked so hard on this book and there are some real complicated little bits in there. Still have the basic ones too don’t worry. Loads of 2 colour, kitsch, repeats and in this one borders in horizontal and vertical graphs. You can find out loads more in the shop and if you are interested I’m also tagging on [ for free ]  the Large Graphical Repeat graph for the machine knit dress I did back in the summer. That one is 8 pages for the back and 8 for the front by itself, so well worth picking it up now.

If you want to have a look through the inside, there are loads of pages in the shop gallery or if you bought the last book and are familiar with the layout, then you can add it to your shopping bag below.

Happy knitting everyone.

 

 

Design Book TRENDS: FLORALS
£7.99
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Hello Stranger…..

So I know its been a while since I wrote a post but I thought I should really  tell you what’s happening.

So some of you might know that I’ve been in Hong Kong for a while because Tim has a job here. Well after some consideration I’ve decided to set up a business here, back in my native fashion day job.

Well I have to sayit’s far more difficult compared to the UK and it’s takng up quite some time to get all the information and writing a business plan. But anyway it is all underway now and the plan is to have a studio/office and work there. Now fear not TA will continue and be also based from there. It also means I’ll have space for photoshoots and hopefully can arrange some knitty events there too.

So next week the book will be completed and ready to knit. Just a couple of pages to format and we’re done. Back to patterns and photoshoots. Woo Hoo.

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Feminine 40’s knits

A quick little post today from the magazines. I haven’t done this for a while but I wanted to share these photos for a couple of reasons. Firstly, how snuggly does the knitwear look? So soft and warm. But also I am a huge fan of vintage 40’s fashion. I love these outfits from Vogue Italia October 2013. I love the soft combination of colours, the feminine and sensual aesthetic that the era gives off. I don’t think I can remember ever putting on a pencil skirt and not feeling attractive. There is just something about putting one on that instantly transforms you. Add heels and you’re feeling like a woman. The best part is that the 40’s is great for real women with curves (like me). If you have hips, then this is definitely the era for you. Usually I’m hiding behind my rotund bottom but put me in a pencil skirt and heels and I own my curves.

Vogue-Italia-October-2013 Knitting

Vogue-Italia-October-2013 Knitting

Vogue-Italia-October-2013 Knitting

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Oh for the love of Knitting!

If ever there was an inspirational collection for 2014,  or any season in fact, this would be it! Valentino Summer 2014 show was purely colourful. All the inspiration, print, graphic, trim, detail and effects any designer could want as an inspirational starting point. This sort of collection could keep someone going for months.

Knitting is no exception. The detail in the patterning, not to mention the fact that much of it was squares and diamonds, would look wonderful in knit. Mix in some beading or fringing trim, I wouldn’t be able to stop knitting. Have you guessed that I am in love with this collection yet? Oh in a world of drab collections at NY, some elements of crazy in London, and overall just a bit of a mundane set of fashion weeks all round. THIS show perked me up no end. Also have a look at the fringing and tassels that are included too. I wrote about this a couple of weeks ago now as a future trend and I really believe this is something to be playing with for your summer knits.

If you want to have a look at the related fringing post you can read it here:

Fringing Cardi : A Fringe Cardi to end all fringe cardi’s

Fringing as a trend :  The Summer Idea! Fringing!

J’adore beaux vêtements Valention! Here is some inspiration to get those knitting needles working and your sketching pens at the ready!

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

 

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

Valentino 2014

 

 

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I want to feature YOUR knitting

Get featured on our blog. What is your fashion and style. I want to know so I can show off YOUR amazing knitting skills. Just email me now

Get featured on our blog. What is your fashion and style. I want to know so I can show off YOUR amazing knitting skills. Just email me now

You know I was sitting down doing a bit of knitting and pattern planning on my sofa at the weekend and I was suddenly taken by the fact that design really isn’t about designers, it’s about everyone!

Whilst I was taking a naughty break on Pinterest, I’m scrolling through my phone at all of the wonderful knits and designs that are in my feed [and I’m such an image person-love pictures] it just strikes me that as I’m pinning and repining all of these wonderful images and clicking through to their sites to see what other stuff they have, it strikes me that some of them are just real, passionate knitters. Just wonderful knitters who love knitting, blogging, hand and machine knitters, colour, lace, cables and all things in between.

I was so struck by these amazing images that a subconscious thought that I’ve always had and I really have. It was one of the fundamental reasons I started Twisted, really just rushed to the front of my brain. Design really isn’t about designers. You know that creativity and innovation really does come from trial and error, pushing the boundaries and just trying new things. Now those things don’t always work, but it’s the foundation of great design. Nothing new and innovative would ever happen if we all just followed the same route: if we all had the same style and thoughts. So lets change ths!

Let’s make everyone know that knitting belongs to the knitters!

Now don’t get me wrong, I’m a  designer and I have nothing against them of course, but it’s so great to see that in the last few years since things like Facebook and Pinterest have just taken over the internet, designs that have been created by the small business, the individual or a passionate hobbyist can now bee seen by millions through a blog or website. Thank goodness the days of the large company dominating our attention has gone.

So do you want to show off your style and your knits? I want you to

Why don’t you get involved. I really want to start and continue to blog about great designers, great knitters and just everyone who loves what they knit. Remember that your style is personal to you. This is not a place for judgement or that you have to be the most fashionable person in the world. You don’t have to be accessorised is Gucci or be in some fashionable part of town. No that is not what being a fashionista is about. Style is far more important and I want to show off what YOU are really proud of. YOUR style and what YOU think is great design.

Now you don’t have to have designed your knit, just make sure to tell me who did so that I can credit them for their hard work and it can be by anyone, I’m looking for the LOVE OF KNITTING, which could be my patterns of course, haha, just kidding. No any designer is fine. I really want to spread the design message and get knitters inspired.

Simply send me an email with some photos of your knit and include answers to two very simple questions.

  1. 1. What is your personal style? So what kind of look do you go for and why?
  2. 2. Why do you love that knit? Is it a detail? Yarn? Stitch? Whatever it is tell why you love it so much.

Please also give me “Who Knitted It” details with a link or name of the book if possible so I can go and grab some details about the pattern, like where to buy, needle size etc.

Email me at vicky@twistedangle.co.uk

Now there is one condition. I really want to focus each post on one design at a time. You are more than welcome to send me different designs, but please keep 1 email to one design. That way I won’t loose track of ones I’ve posted and one’s I haven’t. Oh I can’t wait to see what you all send.

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A Fringe Cardi to end ALL fringe cardigans

Fringe fashion knit cardigan. This one will have tasselsThat’s right you heard it here first. Over the past few months and in redesigning the site, I realised that it had been a while since I had done something really huge. A really large, knitting all day every day, epic knitting project. I saw something a few weeks ago that just inspired the hell out of me and so the Epic Tassel Cardi was born.

Now I can’t say too much until I’m further down the line, but in the interest of making it truly epic, I’ve actually redone the lacy trim about 3 times now. It doesn’t help that I’m blocking it as I go and then ripping and knitting, just to get the trim perfect. It also doesn’t help that the trim (and only the trim) is knitted in a rayon based, small rope. But I have to say that the start is very promising.

So what will it be? What can I tell you? Well. there will be some colour work. I’m thinking at this point maybe a singular image rather than a repeat, but that may change. It will have a lacy trim with tassels as per the pictures and it will be a wonderfully bohemian, comfy cardigan, but of course with a modern fashion edge.

I honestly don’t think it will be done till after Christmas, unless I just knitted continuously and didn’t eat or sleep for the next 2 weeks and to be fair, I have done that on occasion, but this time I think it’s better to take more time with it. For the first time in a while now, I feel really inspired again by knitted fashion. It’s all been a little drab on the catwalks, which are meant to inspire a designer like me with amazing details and design and for the longest time, I don’t think I’ve gasped at anything. You know that feeling when something is so beautiful it literally takes your breath away.

Ok so enough teasing…… Here is a couple of pictures of the progress so far, and to give you an idea, there will also be some colour work involved later on, but it will be so worth it in the end. I will never take it off once it’s done. So here’s how the original trim was looking so far before I restarted it last night for the last time. Hopefully the bottom cast on edge looks much better now rather than the looser effect below. It does mean that I’ve had to cast on a few extra repeats of the design as of course the tighter knit cast on means that it’s not making such a wide starting point. But hey, the more tassels the better I say!

Of course I’ll keep the updates coming as I go, but I wanted this to be a really great surprise.

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Exciting looks for lace lovers!

One of the biggest trends for SS14 will definitely be lace. So those of you knitters who love a bit of lace, get ready. There will be all sorts of lace from the simplest eyelet based ideas to the most complex, all over or intricate ideas. So whatever level of lace knitter you are, now is the time to start sharpening those needles and searching for some lace ideas.

At this point I want to reference a blog I was reading earlier today. I don’t usually reference many knitting blogs, mainly due to the overtly fashion element I have going on here at TA and to be fair, I’m not really a shawl wearer, but in the knitting world I know shawls are really popular and lace ones are a great way to start with a smallish project. I came across this post and I was really impressed both by the colour of the yarn, but also the lace stitch overall. It has a great combination of weight and openness to the stitch. I should point out that I am talking about the first shawl on the page. The red one pictured for point 1 of the post. The shoulders are really beautifully constructed. So it definitely worth checking out this pattern. You can buy it on Ravelry and there is a link to the pattern itself. Costing $6 US

Blog post: http://picnicknits.com/knitting/size-matters/

For those of you who want some creative ideas to get your juices flowing, here are some great inspirational images for SS14 that I will including in my own idea pot for my new designs. There are some really great features of the lace, even in the simplest of ideas. The first one pictured for example by Catherine Malandrino, has a really great detail around the shoulders and cuff. Love that. Threeasfour went way more OTT but I love the combination of solid areas mixed with areas of intricate lace work. Easier said when you are cutting fabric panels, I know, but that is the challenge isn’t it……

Catherine Malandrino SS14 Lace trend

Catherine Malandrino SS14

Christian Siriano SS14 Lace trend

Christian Siriano SS14

Julien Macdonald SS14 Lace trend

Julien Macdonald SS14

Julien Macdonald SS14 Lace trend

Julien Macdonald SS14

Pringle of Scotland SS14 Lace trend

Pringle of Scotland SS14

Thakoon SS14 Lace trend

Thakoon SS14

Threeasfour SS14 Lace trend

Threeasfour SS14

Threeasfour SS14 Lace trend

Threeasfour SS14

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Orange is the colour for Summer 2014

So with a bit of bad timed flu, I was a bit slow off the mark for fashion week. But with catching up through all of the shows, I was a bit disappointed that some of the shows felt a little flat this season. Usually, I would be scribbling like a mad woman throughout the catwalks. The details on the designs, colours and the wealth of inspiration, but this season felt like there was just a back to basics theme across the board.

Now don’t get me wrong, there are always some designers that go down the simple route and that is just their aesthetic. It works for them and it’s just their style but there is always those designers that takes risks. The pop of colour or design that catches my eye. This season just felt a little different. A little flat if you will. But there was one glimmer of hope. Orange!

Yep orange! Not the most usual colour for any season and some would argue that it’s not the most flattering, but in a season and sea of plain white and black clothes, the orange was a little ray of hope.

Now the orange runs from a really pure summery orange in places through to a very orange based red. The orange based red is definitely the easier to wear for most people and a little less striking on the eyes. It could even be stretched so far as to move it into a coral. This one seemed to be the most popular across the collections and it was interesting to see that in many cases it was just one big column of orange! For SS14, I’m glad there was some risk takers. Who thought orange could be so stylish.

Blumarine SS14 Orange theme

Blumarine SS14

Catherine Malandrino SS14 Orange theme

Catherine Malandrino SS14

DKNY SS14 Orange theme

DKNY SS14

Dsquared² SS14 Orange theme

Dsquared² SS14

Pringle of Scotland SS14 Orange theme

Pringle of Scotland SS14

Tibi SS14 Orange theme

Tibi SS14

Tracy Reese SS14 Orange theme

Tracy Reese SS14

Vivienne Tam SS14 Orange theme

Vivienne Tam SS14

Vivienne Westwood SS14 Orange theme

Vivienne Westwood SS14

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The Summer Idea! Fringing!

OK so I know we’re not even into Winter here in the northern hemisphere, but if you didn’t know, the catwalks for SS14 are happening at the moment and Fashion Week is one of my busiest times of the year. So I’ve been trawling through designs and pictures and shows over the past couple of weeks and one reason was that a while ago I found a few little warning signs that a certain trend might be fighting it’s way back in for summer.

In a good way  though…… I actually don’t mind a bit of fringing, tasteful fringing I might add……… so this week was a chance for me to see if my ‘gut’ had done it again…….. and the answer is yes. The confirmation is in. Fringing has been seen on a number of the catwalk collections, so I guess it is time to start looking at summer fringing. I’m actually super excited about this. 1. because I have been updating my portfolio recently and there is a ton load of fringing prediction in there, so phewwww and 2. because I saw an idea a while back that was just so beautiful that I couldn’t resist putting it into knit. For now that is all I will say on the matter, mainly because it will be an epic pattern undertaking and honestly, I’m hoping I get it done before Christmas, but you know that there is always that chance….. the fringing trim is still in progress and I’m only 8 Rows in, which has taken 4 days……. yep, epic!

Anyway, enough of my ramblings, onto some inspiration for SS14 fringing.

Altuzarra SS14

Altuzarra SS14

Altuzarra SS14

Altuzarra SS14

Altuzarra SS14

Altuzarra SS14

Anna Sui SS14

Anna Sui SS14

Christian Siriano SS14

Christian Siriano SS14

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