The final part of a mini-series exploring the relationship between maths and knitting through the lens of my knitwear design practice…and musicianship.
The second part of a short series exploring the relationship between maths and knitting, all via my professional practice as a knitwear designer.
The first part of a short series exploring the relationship between maths and knitting, all via my professional practice as a knitwear designer.
This is really part 3 of my fabrication series-within-a-series (you can read part 1 and part 2 at the links), and it’ll also be the last Knitwear Design 101 post of the year at least. Drape, loft and lustre are
This post was inspired by the age-old chestnut of writing pattern instructions, and a humble reminder that there is no such thing as perfect communication; nor will your words be understood by everyone, no matter how much effort you apply.
In Fabrication part 1 I discussed fibre type, staple and yarn construction. This month I’ll focus on fabric construction and how construction techniques affect knitted fabric in general terms.