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Michelle Peers
Knitwear designed by Celeste Tesoriero and made by Jacqui Fink using Extreme Knitting Yarn in merino white Moda Crochet, Knit Crochet, Textiles, Extreme Knitting, Big Knits, Fashion Details, Fashion Design, Fabric Manipulation, Knit Fashion

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oystermag: “ Oyster Originals: Celeste Tesoriero For The International Woolmark Prize Shot By Ryan Brabazon ”

I love this idea of applying a long trim that you've knitted. Make it look like coral reef. Incorporate colours from ‘Wavy coral’ sample for collection Knitting Machine Patterns, Knitting Stitches, Knitting Designs, Knitting Projects, Hand Knitting, Knit World, Knit Art, Textiles Techniques, Lace Patterns

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I love this idea of applying a long trim that you've knitted. Lots of uses for this.

Arts & Threads, Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions. Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Weaving Textiles, Textile Fabrics, Knitting Stitches, Knitting Designs, Knit Art, Creative Textiles, Textiles Techniques

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Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions.

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Roisin Conelly_ruched stripe groups: Figure out how to do this. a lot of sewing in ends. Fabric Patterns, Stitch Patterns, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Ideas, Knitting Stiches, Hand Knitting, Knitting Machine, Knitting Designs, Knitting Projects

The perfect stitch

Nowadays, the automotive and aeronautical industries widely use honeycombs to create light-weight and resistant structures - these hexagonal patterns are also very popular in knitting: the regular honeycomb stitches of Aran sweaters are not only used for