31 thoughts on “Knit Fashions – Fall/Winter 2012/2013

  1. Hello Veronica,
    Thank you to coming to my blog, now I have got a chance to have a look at yours. I wish I would be able to write as beautifully in English, your descriptions and comments are simply charming (English for me is a third language, as I am a Tatar from Russia).

    About your Fall/Winter 2012/2013 posts – they relate to my very last experiments. Currently I am very entusiastic about felting, but still enjoy knitting sometimes. So I have bought a kilo of soft natural brown wool roving, which did not want to felt, unlike the other staff I purchased. So last week I was experimenting with knitting the whole sliver as a single yarn, without even spinning it, with my needles number 10. It worked, It looks chuncky, but soft and bold. So it looks a lot like the pictures from Sibling collection.

    Regards,
    Louisa

    1. I would love to see the knit roving. I loved the felted scarf you posted. It seems to float in the air and the orange in it gives it a nice touch. I look forward to seeing more of your creations.

  2. We seem to be seeing a lot of super-chunky creations these days. I get the sculptural appeal, but I draw the line at actually wearing something knit out of roving.

      1. Hah, yes. Exactly.

        Many of the super chunky pieces are actually quite revealing as well. Might make an interesting line of lingerie. Or anti-lingerie. It’s seductive like a picket fence, rather than seductive like lace.

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