handykitty:

Fall fashion knit -Dagmar sweatercable knit sweater with a twist. 

You have seen it everywhere - the fisherman’s sweater with fanciful cable knits. I was going to make one for this fall, but wondered what if I moved the cable patterns across the bodice, instead of the traditional straight-up cables? It turned out that with a simple trick in the pattern, it’s actually not that hard. The cables then follow the raglan sleeve decreases, to form a natural curve around the body - lengthwise. 

I also knitted a high-low hem - a curved hem that is shorter at front, to accentuate the cable curves. Knitting short rows may sound intimidating - but it’s not at all difficult using a wrap-and-turn technique, which I explain in the pattern.

For background, I used a textured pattern of garter/rib stitches as a nice contrast of the cable patterns. Simple, yet it works surprisingly well!

Put on this cozy, warm, and chic sweater, super-slim jeans, ankle boots and a parka, I’m ready for fall! :) 

My Dagmar sweater pattern is now for download here

 

fuckyeahcraft:

Yarn Bombing (by crochetlatte)
Some lovely lacey yarn bombing!

fuckyeahcraft:

Yarn Bombing (by crochetlatte)

Some lovely lacey yarn bombing!

"Thanks. It has pockets!"

— every girl ever responding to a compliment on a skirt/dress that has pockets (via captainmarvel)

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The Best Parts of Spock’s Brain

megaparsecs:

Well, I mean. They’re all the best parts. 

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Brain and brain - what is brain?!

she-urchin:

The Supremes

she-urchin:

The Supremes

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Une Femme Est Une Femme” photographed by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello, and styled by Samuel François for Lula #16 S/S 2013

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Q.U.E.E.N. (x)

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sisterwolf:

Charles Hayter, A New Practical Treatise on the Three Primitive Colours, 1830

sisterwolf:

Charles Hayter, A New Practical Treatise on the Three Primitive Colours, 1830