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Damn straight I made it.
So what if that amazing summer sweater from ZARA is only an effortless $79.90. So what if you know knitting it will most likely cost you an arm and a leg. (Don’t even think of mentioning the word acrylic- it’s … Continue reading
Tip my hat off to…
“Saying you don’t look good in a hat is like saying you don’t look good in shoes!” Thank you Princess Kate and Queen Elizabeth for single handedly making “HATS” happen for us knitters this season. If it were not for … Continue reading
Posted in Theblackstitch Blog Tagged chic, fashion, free pattern, hat pattern, hats, knit, knitting, pattern, pom pom, pompom, royal family, style, the gap, winter, yarn Leave a comment
WHAT TO DO ABOUT TEXTING?
Global warming may be the reason our winter knit accessories are living a schizophrenic lifestyle. But as the weather gets cooler and cooler this season, the major problem here is something possibly even more pressing… WHAT TO DO ABOUT TEXTING? This … Continue reading
Posted in Theblackstitch Blog Tagged 2012, environment, fingerless gloves, free pattern, gloves, green, knit, knitting, pattern, refinery29, stitches, style, texting, winter 1 Comment
THE REVIEW- Vogue Knitting WINTER 11/12
You may not have seen it yet. It may not have graced your mailbox. The pages have not yet been flipped. But for all you non believers out there… this issue is worth the wait. With only a few days … Continue reading
Posted in Theblackstitch Blog Tagged 2012, avant garde, chic, color, fashion, home, knit, knitted home, knitted skirts, knitting, missoni, pattern, style, vogue knitting Leave a comment
Lions and Tigers and Bears. O MY!
I swear this will be the last animal related post of the year. (Good thing it’s December 13th… ) Even though, real furs and skins are not my forte, animal print is by far an all time fave. (Faux- that … Continue reading
Posted in Theblackstitch Blog Tagged 2012, animal, animal print, chic, color, debbie bliss, fashion, fur, knit, knitting, knitting animal print, leopard, pattern, print, style, tiger, vogue knitting, yarn, zebra print 2 Comments
MORE MORE MORE KNITS FROM FASHION WEEK
Even though Spring is the last thing on our minds here in NYC, Fashion Week forced us to take a slight break from the post summer weather and pre- fall jitters to open our eyes to some of the upcoming … Continue reading
Posted in Theblackstitch Blog Tagged 2012, chic, christopher kane, color, fashion, fashion week, knitting, spring, style, sweater, top shop Leave a comment
Color me Crazy
Color has been a main topic throughout theblackstitch’s repertoire. But seriously, can you ever get enough color? If Rachel Zoe says color blocking is in, then we best be listening. This trend of supporting your fashions through color is most … Continue reading
Posted in Theblackstitch Blog Tagged chic, color, knitting, purl soho, rachel zoe, string, style, summer, vogue knitting, yarn Leave a comment
The Afternoon with McQueen- An Exhibit Spotlight
Knitting may not have been Alexander McQueen‘s go to craft, but when it comes to couture fashion and design, he is most definitely the head of the monarchy. In the past 5 months theblackstitch has explored trends from the runways, … Continue reading
Posted in Theblackstitch Blog Tagged alexander mcqueen, bird, chic, fashion, feather, feathers, lace, pattern, style 2 Comments
Feather your Fancy
To contradict the delicacy of all the lace hitting the runways, there have been an influx of feathers sported by every designer imaginable; Chanel, Sonia Rykiel, ADAM, and of course Alexander McQueen. At first, one might not view this as a … Continue reading
Posted in Theblackstitch Blog Tagged alexander mcqueen, bird, chanel, chic, clutch, fashion, feather, feathers, knit, knitting, pattern, purse, sonia rykiel, style, summer, yarn 2 Comments
TREND ALERT: COVER IT.
Summer is on all of our minds, unless, of course you live in Australia. But for those of us north of the equator, we can’t wait to break out in style for the beach, pool, or simply tanning in Central … Continue reading