amirisu Travel vol.1 Pattern Introduction -Parade Edition-
The third pattern introduction is a design using Parade , which is a blend of four types of materials: wool, cotton, silk, and linen.
Kyoka is a cute shawl with gentle curves that resemble clouds and waves.
A triangular shawl that is knitted from right to left and can be knitted with Parade2 skeins.
The right half is a knitted pattern, and it is interesting that it switches to a ribbed pattern as it approaches the left end. If you look at it from a distance, you can see the difference in the pattern, and when the sun shines on it, it becomes transparent and beautiful.
Tokuko, who designed the shawl, went through a lot of trial and error trying to figure out how to incorporate this pattern into the shawl and how to match the edges of the shawl with the pattern.
It's a size that can be easily wrapped around your neck, so I'd be happy if you could use it to keep out the air conditioning in the spring and summer and keep the sun out.
The second is Naoya , a cardigan with a gorgeous lace pattern on the back.
The designer, Keiko-san, thought, "Let's create a design that gives a different impression on the front and back, and a design that draws the eye from the back." The front and sleeves are clean and simple.
However, in order not to look too plain when viewed from the front, the neckline and placket are actually elaborately designed.
It looks like an elegant picture frame decoration. (It looks like a lot of candies are lined up.)
Buttonholes are also incorporated into the placket, designed to allow knitting without cutting threads. Try using it with a short-sleeved or sleeveless dress.
Parade also contains silk and linen, so it feels cool to the touch.
Compared to the Hike and Trek we have introduced so far, the colors are more nuanced, making it a mature piece.
And the pattern name of Parade comes from the artist's name. Was it easy this time?
Kyoka Izumi and Naoya Shiga are writers who are related to Nara.
Naoya Shiga's former residence is located near the forest of Kasuga Taisha Shrine, where the film was shot. Please visit when you travel to Nara.
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