Thursday, May 5, 2016

Bespoke: Sweaters



Oh Spring! It's here, finally with full force! And in that same happy spirit, today I have something new to show you!

Bespoke: Sweaters 

This collection consists of my most beloved sweaters from last year or so. The ones I've been wearing the most, the ones that are worked in all my favorite yarns and colors (okay, it's mostly grey, but what can you do if you just love grey!).

Bespoke: Sweaters collection includes a total of 7 different sweater patterns; everything from cardigans to boxy jumpers and the yarns vary from fingering weight all the way up to chunky weight yarns. I will show a few pictures of each design below - follow the links to Ravelry for more details!

Buy the whole collection here!

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Sticks and Steel

This cardigan is a modern take on the beloved grandpa cardigan. Chunky weight yarn makes this as easy and quick knit!




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This lovely cardigan has a round yoke with adorable lace details. 




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Minimum truly lives up to its name - it makes the most out of the few details and lets the beautiful yarn work its magic! This might be my most favorite everyday sweater of all time!



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Eclipse is a raglan sweater with asymmetric body and pretty cable detail on the longer side! 





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Pavement

Pavement is a slightly boxy top-down sweater with short row shaping at the hem. The loose gauge makes this a perfect sweater for the warmer months.



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Morningside is a cropped cowl-neck sweater with squishy cable details at front. It's worked from top down in one piece with gradually added cables. 





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Iceberg is an over-sized sweater with high slits at the sides. It's a lovely layering piece and the looser gauge makes this wonderfully soft.




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2 comments:

Julie Crawford said...

These are all so beautiful, I can see why they would be your most-worn! Sticks and Steel and Pavements are my faves, but they are all stunning.

mimoZa said...

Pikne,od dawna podziwiam.pozdrawiam:-)