6.12.11

DIY | Stripes & Errors

Psynopsis Blue Self-Knitted Sweater and Skirt
I could get myself some knitting patterns, but that would make life easy and deprive me of some strangely shaped sweaters… Still working on the perfect raglan sleeve, and created some stripy costumes along the way. ♥ ♥ ♥
Psynopsis Blue Self-Knitted Sweater and Skirt 2

skirt & sweater: diy, leggings: c/o matalan

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23 comments:

Dancing Branflake said...

For real? I can't believe you made this! I love the cut and you totally pull off the hori/verti stripes.

sacramento said...

So unique, Sabine!!!
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Bella said...

Your designs are lovely and as is in antique persian rugs, only god or allah can make perfect, hence, the accidental or perfect mistake. :)

Veshoevius said...

Love the design and great colour combination!

Mat said...

i'm looking for a decent raglan sleeve sweatshirt at the moment. looks good though, nice colour mix

Anonymous said...

I love to read your knit stories...yarn shopping believe it or not it's still frustrating for me! I get lost...cannot really translate skeins/color/texture in project ideas..not yet at least...

Sandra

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

You seriously blow my mind! Another spectacular creation, love :) xoxo

Interwebs Fails said...

Lovely outfit! <3

Pratishtha Durga said...

Love how you describe the need to not be cast in patterns. Love your DIY. Wish I had some such talents. All I can make without destroying half the city are a few hair bands...

Susie said...

I can't believe that you actually made that - WOW! I have absolutely no skills when it comes to DIY and things like this!

Alex said...

Very nice knit ensemble!!
xxx

Wedekind said...

Gorgeous pictures and I like the colour combination!
Of course: Followed!

Cheers.
Carola

Fashionistable said...

Now you see you have to answer your own question on my post today. Just were do you find the time :-) You are brilliant. Well done. Xxxx

Fashionistable said...

Oh and yep I am still in the Dam. Xxxx

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

I'm inviting myself round for your knitting class my lovely.

Harriet said...

Love the colours you've used - freestyle knitting is much more exciting than pattern knitting!

Vix said...

I don't think you need any patterns, your creations are genius but if you do I've got about 200 vintage ones, so let me know if there's anything you'd like! x

WeShop said...

LOVE that 2nd photo - you look amazing. xx

drollgirl said...

look at your dreamy photos! and your fab outfit! you look amazing. and i think it is sunnier in your neck of the woods than in mine! :)

The Foolish Aesthete said...

Such lovely, sunlit photographs. And your knits are amazing -- in color, pattern, cut. Nothing strange at all! xx

Kavery said...

Seriously these look good enough to sell.

northwest is best said...

Wow, beautiful work! The best way to learn is through trial and error, I always think.

Ashleigh Nicole said...

Love the stripes, love it!

xo Ashleigh

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