I’ve been anticipating the spring issue of Interweave Knits. 21 patterns and I fancy 7 of them. The great thing is this issue has quite a few designers whose names I haven’t heard of before. I am always on a look out for new designers. The designs in this issue are not incredibly mind blowing. But, it contains a lot of basic staples to my spring wardrobe.
Here are my favorites
Isn’t this lovely? Connie Chang did it again. I love the simplicity of this sleeveless top and the versatility, I can pair it with jeans, skirt, shorts etc and wear it to any occasions, be it formal or informal depending on what I am pairing it with
I don’t fancy the color that much, but I look past it and discover the potential. This cardigan will be a good complement to flowery blouse or dress, perfect spring staple. The designer is Melissa Werhle
Lovely lovely beret and the designer has an Indonesian last name. She is Anne Lukito. I am biased. But no, really this beret is lovely. Look past the styling, how can your possibly pair this yellow beret with a houndstooth coat.
I am normally not into Deborah Newton’s design. Nothing’s wrong with her design. It just does not suit my petite figure because it is typically bulky, full of textures and heavy looking. But this cardigan is different. I would wear it to work often. If I were to knit this piece, I would shorten it a little.
Photos courtesy of Interweave Knits