Graduation Project 2015 This collection idea comes from "Roller Braid", which is my favourite activity when I was studying high diploma. It gives me energy, happiness and relaxing, so I would like to share these feeling through this collection.
Soft folds effect with knit ladders-Fashion Designer Resident: Juliana Sissons - Victoria and Albert Museum/Black knitted sample with shaped ladder technique Cotton
SUPER Experimental knit sample with bubble textures using contrasting stitches…
Experimental knit sample using partial knitting, juxtaposing fibres for contrast & texture // Abigail Barnes
Innovative woven sleeve detail with knitted cuffs; experimental textiles for fashion // Natalie Hitchon
The New MA Graduates: Hayley Grundmann
Fashion Designer Resident: Juliana Sissons - Victoria and Albert Museum/Black and grey knitted sample with weave and partial knitting technique Wool and rubber
Mary Walker Phillips, Knitted Wall Hanging, 1965 © Mary Walker Phillips Estate Photograph courtesy of Patricia Abrahamian.
Constructed textiles // Close up of Quoi Alexander's Collection .
Patternity_ The New American Tapestry Strands_Ruth Kaufman, 1968
timazing: This spider web silk lace is so insane, I wish it came it white.
loisalbinsonknit: “ Lois Albinson - Knitted sample (Moment of Impact ”
might make a cool window topper for the kitchen.Juliana Sissons/Black and gold knitted sample with stripes, tuck stitch, transfer stitch and tension variation
Art piece by Mary Walker Phillip, featured in her book "Creative Knitting: A New Art Form.” via Muse (art + code)
Structural knit sample with looped textures // Lee Da Young
regenerate : Kevin Quale Stitch structure with drop stitch
delicate grey knit sample with intricate structure, textiles design, Anita Bruce
Knit sample using partial knitting techniques; experimental textiles for fashion // Tatiana Elkind
Francesca Jackson 3 Kera's thoughts: This appears to be the technique - Sock heels or Partial knitting. I like on this sample the graduation of sizing and the placement of colour.