Probably would not come out empty-handed in this Copenhagen shop, Kit Couture. The company sells project kits that contain everything needed for a particular design whether it be knit, crochet or embroidery. Their designs are inspired by Scandinavian traditions and current Danish fashion. We particularly love the pillows and stocking designs but they also carry women, men and children’s fashion and accessories. The bonus is that they ship worldwide.
You can view their designs on their website, Instagram and on Facebook.
Images: Courtesy of Kit Couture.
Admiring the knitted paintings of Los Angeles-based artist Channing Hansen. He was educated at the San Francisco Art Institute where he participated in the New Genres Program. His hand-knitted constructions are stretched on wooden frames and uses loops of yarn to form painterly abstractions. He has mastered the skill of knitting, from acquiring raw fleece to dyeing and spinning yarn.
You can view more of his work here on Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Channing Hansen.
Found these great knitted play veggies on the Etsy shop, Maple Apple. They are the creations of mother (Jelena) and daughter (Anastasija) design team from Riga, Latvia. The beautifully knitted vegetables are made from wool and acrylic yarn and are available as individual pieces or sold as large sets.
You can follow the duo on their blog and purchase their designs on Etsy.
Images: Courtesy of Maple Apple.