Knitted sample with shaped ladder technique; experimental textiles inspired by 16th century armour // Juliana Sissons

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

Helena Westerlind, who graduated from the Architectural Association this year, will launch her collection of hand-knotted rope neck pieces: www.knotted.me launches on 30 November).

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"Stocking Knitters" - An antique book containing nineteenth century knitting patterns

Free digitized nineteenth century patterns

The Stocking Knitter's Manual, Edinburgh, found on University of Southampton website, Digital Resources, Knitting Reference Library

This knitted jacket ensemble is from Bill Gibb's first solo collection at the Oriental Club in London in 1972.

Vintage knitted jacket ensemble is from Bill Gibb's first solo collection at the Oriental Club in London in

Wollen cap, originally black. England, 1500-1550. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Cap

knitted Cap ca London, England Wool, knitted, probably with felted finish

Hand knitted silk pin cushion, to be attached to the waist. Great Britain, 18th century. l Victoria and Albert Museum #Knitting

Pin cushion Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Hand knitted silk

Woolen cap found with eveln others in an old building in Worship street, London. 1500-1550. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Cap

Cap London 1500 - 1550 V collection. I am almost disappointed that this is knitted. This is a shape that I assumed would typically be felt rather than knit in construction.

An image from the National Museums Scotland Collection. Mrs Helen Stout of the township of Busta, on Fair Isle, Shetland, knitting one of the jumpers for which the island is famous, about the 1950s. #Knitting #knit #Wool #Jumpers #WoollyWeekend

Image from the National Museums Scotland Collection. Mrs Helen Stout of the township of Busta, on Fair Isle, Shetland, knitting one of the jumpers for which the island is famous.

Hand-knitted baby dress, third prize in the handknitting section of the Great Exhibition. 1851, Sarah Ann Cunliffe. l Victoria and Albert Museum

Baby's dress

1851 hand-knitted baby dress, winner of third prize in the handknitting section of the Great Exhibition by Sarah Ann Cunliffe. Victoria and Albert Museum

Vest Missoni, C 1970s, Rayon This fine knit, fringed vest is typical of the Missoni style. Their use of space dyed machine knits was copied by knitwear manufacturers around the world.

Vest Missoni, C Rayon This fine knit, fringed vest is typical of the Missoni style. Their use of space dyed machine knits was copied by knitwear manufacturers around the world.

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