Twentieth-Century Graphic is a new collection of six striking patterns by knitwear designer, Ann Weaver. This contemporary collection expands on Ann’s deep interest in color theory, which she explored in her first self-published book, Craft Work Knit. Influenced by a vibrant array of modern art and architecture, each design in Twentieth-Century Graphic focuses on blending modern silhouettes with bold lines and daring colors, all while creating unique and easy-to-wear garments and accessories.
In addition to a scarf inspired by artist Mark Rothko and a pullover shaped by knitting in different directions, you’ll also find a form-fitting, asymmetrical cardigan, simple garter stitch mitts that are worked in a modular technique, a crescent shawl that balances bold hues against neutral grey, and an oversized shawl collar jacket with a strong, red stripe for a bold statement. With its distinctive use of color and shapes, Twentieth-Century Graphic is a collection of patterns that is sure to tempt knitters of all levels to embrace and experiment with color!
Twentieth Century Graphic contains the following patterns: Partition Cardigan Modular Mitts Rothko Scarf Form Follows Function Saturated Shawl Make it Red Cardi