Three-dimensional Textile Design - knitted surface pattern inspired by organic shape, colour, pattern and texture seen in natural agate & fossils // Francesca Jackson

Three-dimensional Textile Design - knitted surface pattern inspired by organic shape, colour, pattern and texture seen in natural agate & fossils // Francesca Jackson

Textile Textures through Fabric Manipulation - dimensional patterns & texture creation

Textile Textures through Fabric Manipulation - dimensional patterns & texture creation Mehr

Knit + Pleat to create two-tone textures - structural fabric manipulation; knitting sample; textiles design

Knit + Pleat to create two-tone textures - structural fabric manipulation…

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

knot knitting

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

Innovative woven sleeve detail with knitted cuffs & textural weaving; experimental textiles design // Natalie Hitchon

Innovative woven sleeve detail with knitted cuffs & textural weaving…

Knitted textiles design with textural patterns exploring beauty in imperfection; knitting; textiles for fashion // Jill Carnihan

PERFECT FLAWS

Stitch transfer Knitted textiles design with textural patterns exploring beauty in imperfection; textiles for fashion // Jill Carnihan

Pitti Filati 68 | detail: Senso | knit | Italy

Pitti Filati 68 'Senso' detail Create fabric like this- use for vests

JENNI BARRETT

knot knitting

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

This gives me an idea...I need to go thrift shopping soon...

Montage work in progress 2013

JENNIFER BARRETT FASHION & TEXTILES BDES

As a knitted textiles designer, I draw inspiration from architectural forms, interlocking structures and contrasting textures. I aim to produce work which is intriguing, complex and unique by combining traditional techniques and unusual materials.

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