Knits Fall 2009 Gallery: Every Way Wrap

 

 

 

 

FALL 2009

INTERWEAVE KNITS

GALLERIES

 

Every Way Wrap

by Okmin Park

from Interweave Knits Fall 2009

Shawl shown measures 14 1/2" wide


A brilliant, reversible cable that looks exactly the same on both sides creates a show-stopping design element for a simple rectangle. Our gallery girls wore it as a wrap, a vest, a scarf, a shrug-how many ways can you think of to wear it?

 Interweave Gallery Gals


 

Keira

Keira says: I admit that I haven't knit in many years but after seeing these garments, I want to pick up my needles again.

 As you can see, I can think of so many ways to wear the Every Way Wrap–I'm heading to college next month and this would be a perfect all-around project. 

Height: 5' 7"
Bust: 31 ¾
Underbust: 27 ½
Waist: 26 ½
Hip: 32 ½
Torso: 17 ½

 

    



Brenda

Brenda says: What a fun piece! My schedule doesn't allow me to tackle a sweater right, now, but I think that I could fit this in; the versatility of the wrap makes it a must.  

The Every Way Wrap is just plain fun to wear and as soon as I saw it, I selected my jeans and a belt to wear with it. I love the way this piece can be worn with all kinds of outfits. 

Height: 5' 5"
Bust: 33 ¾"
Underbust: 29 ½"
Waist: 27 ¼"
Hip: 37 ¼"
Torso: 16"

Ruth

Ruth says: I selected the Every Way Wrap because I think I would wear it a lot, and this color looks great with my everyday black. I like the versatility of this wrap–it's truly wearable "every way."

Height: 5' 4"
Bust: 34 ½
Underbust: 29 ¾
Waist: 28 ½
Hip: 32 ¾
Torso: 16"

Kathleen's Fit Notes

This has got to be one of the most unique and creative wrap designs I've ever seen. I love the way the gallery gals choose different ways to wear it, especially Keira, who couldn't stop finding new ways to "wrap the "wrap"!

Fit-wise, this looks great on all three women, and because of its versatility it'll flatter all bodies. There's also a wide range of sizing available for the wrap: 14½ (16½, 21, 26)" wide and 59" long, to fit bust sizes 32-37 (39-41, 43-45, 47-50)".
It's a keeper.

What do you think? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

Some links you  might find helpful:

Measuring yourself and your clothing

About positive and negative ease

Measuring tutorial with photos

 

 

 

 

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