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.
Why designers need to be more explicit about the body shapes they design for – not just the sizing range You can read Part 1 of this series here. Our systems and models are changing. As we continue in the direction of more community-oriented businesses, where designers have a closer and more personal connection with…
How can we solve fitting problems so that makers don’t fall out of love with garments? Originally published in Moorit, an independent crochet magazine.
Another formative influence. I learnt about the elements and principles of design whilst studying, but it took several years for me to track down the source. The quantity of exercises and interdisciplinary nature of this book make it a must-read for me.
Translations such as drop repeats and reflections relate to the details, textures or images that make up a pattern. Tessellations refer to the geometric plan of the pattern as a whole.