3 Runway-Inspired Free Knitting Patterns for Winter 2012
The Fall/Winter runway shows were abundant with inspiration for knitting fashionistas. A touch of the past was in some of our favorite collections, and here we’ve picked three runway looks that you can make your own with free knitting patterns.
Capes were all the rage on the runways for this fall and winter season. If you love the look like Rebecca Minkoff’s cape from Fall/Winter 2011 on Revolve Clothing, but are hesitant to shell out $498, why not knit your own version from Vogue Knitting‘s Charming free knitting pattern. As a testament to fashion-forward knitters, this pattern was featured on the Fall 2007 issue of Vogue Knitting - four years before the style hit the runways!
Yes, berets are back in full fashion! Seen on the fall and winter runways of a myriad of designers, ranging from the one shown above by Sophie Theallet to Marc Jacobs, this Parisian boho head accessory is chic once again. We like the play between shape and textile texture in Vogue Knitting‘s Dusty Beret free knitting pattern. It’s the epitome of chic boho!
Fashion has a love-hate relationship with the innocent yet sexy off-the-shoulder suggestion. If you loved Rebecca Minkoff’s (can you tell we are fans of RM?) glittery, slouchy, off the shoulder sweater from the Fall/Winter runway show, then you’re not alone! Thankfully, Vogue Knitting‘s Off-The-Shoulder Pullover free knitting pattern is just what you need to make the look your own. Choose a metallic, glittery yarn, and you’re all set to bring this runway look home.
What runway looks are inspiring your knitting needles?
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