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One Wild Designs

Body of Work: the Collection

Body of Work: the Collection

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The inaugural collection from One Wild Designs, the Body of Work collection includes four garment patterns, two swatch patterns, and one publication.

Upon purchase, you will receive a PDF that includes instructions for how to download each pattern and the publication. All patterns can be downloaded on Ravelry OR an alternate platform.

From Elizabeth Margaret
The Tori Tank and the Mary Raglan - designed to layer together or wear separately - are both lace pieces. In fingering weight silk, the Tori Tank is gently body conscious. Mary, in contrast, is an elegant pullover in DK Merino.

To help knitters prepare to knit Mary, Elizabeth has prepared a card pouch swatch project. The Mary Tarot Pouch works through all of the techniques required to knit your Mary Raglan. Practice your tubular cast on, dense rib stitch, lace stitch and decreasing in lace in this project. You can make several pouches to check different needle sizes for gauge. 

From Jen Parroccini
Also focused on layering, Jen has included two pullovers. Plusses is the outerwear choice, with slightly deeper armholes and generous sleeves. Study Group fits like a long sleeved t-shirt, with a silhouette designed to fit inside a jacket.

Knitters new to intarsia may like to start with Jen’s swatch project, Case Study. Unlined, Case Study is a sleeve for a tablet or notebook. Lined and with a zipper installed, it’s a crisp notions pouch. 

Body of Work - the publication
The publication features 48 pages of original writing, photography, and inspiration. It’s an exploration of the theme - what does it mean to create a body of work, to be a body of work, and how do those things collide?

For this publication, we’ve tapped both knitters and another designer, so readers will benefit from a diverse range of perspectives. They’ll find essays, poetry, technical knitting advice, and also a tarot spread and a ritual for makers. The other designer featured within is Karel Chan, from KC Knitting Co. Karel’s fall release, Kenneth, is also featured in the pages of Body of Work.

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