Friday, December 15, 2017

Trend report - colorwork

If you haven't attempted to knit colorwork patterns, now is the time to do so. They are classic and this season very trendy with a dynamic presence on the catwalks!

Start with an easy pattern with simple motifs, like a scarf or a cushion to practice and soon you will be able to create gorgeous sweaters, jackets, dresses, caps, sockes and mittens!

 This gorgeous pattern of Kaffe Fasset is ideal for experimenting, but also for consuming your yarn stash!

Read here how to work with colors!

Monday, November 27, 2017

Trend report bags winter 2017

Bags are undoubtably one of the favorite womens' accessories and this season the designers'  imagination had no limits on shapes, sizes, but also in materials: 

 Alexander McQueen


 Coach 1941


 Dolce & Gabbana

 Dolce & Gabbana

 Dries Van Noten






 Jason Wu




 Maison Margiela



 Miu Miu

 Oscar de la Renta




 Ralph Lauren

 Ralph Lauren



 Tory Burch



Sunday, November 19, 2017

Color trend report for AW2017

Every season the team at the Pantone Color Institute evaluates the colors shown by fashion designers in their collections at New York Fashion Week. This information is then used to create The PANTONE Fashion Color Report where we highlight the top 10 colors for men’s and women’s fashion for the upcoming season. For the first time ever we have added London Fashion Week to our seasonal color reportage.

Use this report as a guide to choose the colors of the yarn you are going to use this season to create gorgeous knits.

The color palette of New York:

The color palette of London:

If you wish to work with colors, creating stripes or fair isle patterns, you can find boundless source of inspiration from the internet, such as:




Monday, October 9, 2017

Red Alert

Red is the most trendy color of this season. And if you don't dare to adapt a total red look, a red sweater will definitely tempt you!
Choose a simple pattern, or beautiful and impressive cables!

Knitting trend report: Poloneck

This season the trend for knits is poloneck. The ideal shape for keeping the neck warm:

 Laura Biagiotti


 Aquilano Rimondi
 Bottega Veneta
Michael Kors

Pringle of Scotland
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