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. Moreover, using shoelace weaving and sewing method to be the details to increase the texture and sports feeling. Sharp colours gives me energy and happiness.

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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.

Fashion Designer Resident: Juliana Sissons - Victoria and Albert Museum/Black knitted sample with shaped ladder technique Cotton

Soft folds effect with knit ladders-Fashion Designer Resident: Juliana Sissons - Victoria and Albert Museum/Black knitted sample with shaped ladder technique Cotton

Experimental knit sample with bubble textures using contrasting stitches; knitwear design // Alessandrina #textiles

SUPER Experimental knit sample with bubble textures using contrasting stitches…

Experimental knit sample using partial knitting, juxtaposing fibres for contrast & 3D texture // Abigail Barnes #textiles

Experimental knit sample using partial knitting, juxtaposing fibres for contrast & texture // Abigail Barnes

Exercicedestyle: Natalie Hitchon. Nice idea for fringes + weaving /gotta try that out

exercicedestyle: Natalie Hitchon (HER NEW TRIBE Tumblr)

Innovative woven sleeve detail with knitted cuffs; experimental textiles for fashion // Natalie Hitchon

Knitted sample with weave & partial knitting technique; experimental textiles design // Juliana Sissons

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 (1923 – 2007), Knitted Wall Hanging, 1965 © Mary Walker Phillips Estate. Photograph courtesy of Patricia Abrahamian. When I see the work of Mary Walker Phillips I feel sorry that I am not a better knitter. I hope that one day I will be able to make crochet that has the same impact as her knitting.

Mary Walker Phillips, Knitted Wall Hanging, 1965 © Mary Walker Phillips Estate Photograph courtesy of Patricia Abrahamian.


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