Maximalist Knits

More is just more, you know? There’s something really fun about going over the top, all out and making your knitwear a bit more extra. Added details, trims, and techniques like intarsia, bobbles, and colorwork take basic knit shapes to the next level.

  1. Harley Sweater pattern from Julie Robinson via the Knit Collage KAL, photo by @myyarnjourney [Instagram]
  2. Foxthoughts Sweater pattern from Hiroko Payne in Pom Pom Quarterly [Pom Pom Quarterly]
  3. Color Quadrant Crop pattern from [James N Watts]
  4. Lisse Jacket pattern from Kindred Red via Pom Pom Quarterly [Pom Pom Quarterly]
  5. Erika Tokai mountain knitting pattern [Amazon]
  6. Wenonah Wrap pattern from Through the Loops [Ravelry]
  7. Jardin Pullover (pattern coming soon) from Florence Spurling [Instagram]
  8. I See Your Two Colors pattern from Pickles [Pickles]
  9. Rifle Paper Co. inspired Alice in Wonderland Sweater project and photo by Rowena Joe @miniguinea [Instagram]
  10. Eucalyptus by Junko Okamato from A Verb For Keeping Warm’s Lookbook, 2019 [AVFKW]

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