05/12/2010

knitted.

crazy for this delicate and grungy cobweb knit.
Prada belted cable knit.
1. Zara double breasted cardigan with elbow patches 2.Topshop Khaki slash snood & Topshop slash chain detail jumper 3. Mulberry pom pom fairisle scarf  4.Zara tassle scarf  5. Lowie nordic handwarmers 6. Asos oversized pom pom hat 7. Proenza Schouler crop knit 8. Topshop hand-knitted bobble jumper 9. River Island cable knit jumper 10. Mulberry pom pom scarf repeat 11.Stella Mcartney angora fingerless gloves 12. Asos rust knit turban 13. Topshop reindeer jumper 14. Proenza knit- catwalk shot.
The most beautiful vivid blue chain knit jumper.
Stunning mustard cable captured in the tuilleries, Paris.
Vogue December 2010 issue- hand knitted 10ft high jumper £4,000....wow.
matching- awesome.
This week I have had a quick lesson on how to knit... starting with the most simple  'knit' stitch but I was sooooo pleased, I got addicted and whizzed up a snood as a suprise present. When I return from my holiday, the next lesson is knit /pearl... wish me luck.... cable looks like a long way off but I would love to conquer it! Katie.x

( photos- thankyou Tommy over at Jak & Jil blog, collage- me images sourced on topshop, nap, river island, asos, Zara, style.com final photo- own )



14 comments:

  1. Great post, great inspiration:D

    I love to knit... I don't to it often, but when I start to do it again I almost can't stop:) It's kind of relaxing;)

    xxx

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  2. Oh, I love the Prada cardigan. That would be the perfect addition to my collection of cable knit x

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  3. awesome inspirations!! the first and second pictures are what I like the most.. :)

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  4. I am loving that knitwear is so big it really is time and I also love how creative you can be. My friend has just taken up knitting lessons she is at a Christmas craft fair today selling some bits in Waterloo I have many ideas for her :)) I normally use my nan she is amazing at knitting but bless her she is 90 and I hate asking all the time. Good luck with your lessons such a great skill to have xoxo

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  5. Looks great, I love knitting I learned a few years ago and wish I had more time for it but it is fun!

    xx
    Jessie
    http://87life.blogspot.com

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  6. i am crazy about knits right now, its about all i wear currently! just posted about it

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  7. ahhhhh amazing inspiration for winter1
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    www.suyinsays-suyinloves.blogspot.com

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  8. Just bought an amazing knitted of the should sweater from Zara, wearing it in my last post! Gorgeous photos.

    xx

    http://styleinsuburbia.blogspot.com/

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  9. sooo cool!
    I should pick up on knitting again too
    your knit looks amazing and tight btw :)

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Thankyou x a million you are all awesome.x