headers_wp9_take_5_hatta What’s your favorite detail about your WP9 design contribution? Decreasing and increasing give Imago an interesting hemline that scoops down over the hips. Any interesting techniques in the design you'd like to tell knitters about? It may not be obvious, but the increasing stitch is an eyelet stitch. Those tiny eyelets give a crisp edge that sets off the geometric shapes in this sweater. FLATS_wp9_take_5_6 What's the most beloved (and well-worn) hand knit in your closet? My most well-worn knit is a navy blue chunky cardigan. I designed this garment 15 to 20 years ago for one of the knitting pattern books. It’s in simple stockinette stitch with long rib finishing. Three things that are inspiring you right now? Walking early in the morning. Taking a trip to London, New York & Hong Kong. Swimming as much as I can.  
  This interview is part of our Take 5 series—a collection of bite-sized interviews with designers about the inspirations behind our newest collection—Wool People 9 .


  • Hi Ellisen, you can find the pattern on our pattern page www.brooklyntweed.com/patterns/
    Once there, you may use the search function or search by designer. Happy browsing :)
    The Brooklyn Tweed team!

    Luigi Boccia on

  • Wonderful long sweater. Love the lines. Is this an available knitting pattern? Where would it be found? Thank you.

    Ellisen on

  • Hello Ellisen, Thank you for writing. All of our patterns are available through our website, www.brooklyntweed.com. All the best,
    Jen | BT Customer Service

    Jen Hurley on

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