For me, grading is a design solution with a technical outcome and a practical application. Here are three ways of applying creative problem solving to the process of grading knitting patterns.
The epilogue to my review of Fashion Illustration. This second title by Anna Kiper is all about the portfolio, mood, and storytelling.
The edition I’m reviewing has the following details: Bloomsbury, 2016 | ISBN 978-1-4725-6729-1. There is a newer edition here. I’ve written a smidgen about design development before, but somehow not yet got around to showcasing this book on the blog.
I posted about my love of squared paper on Instagram a couple of years ago, but I’ve decided it’s worth sharing to the blog. It fits in nicely with my current pilot course on Design Development, and I made sure
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The final part of a mini-series exploring the relationship between maths and knitting through the lens of my knitwear design practice…and musicianship.