Just a brief post… the knitted dress you can see on the wall for my end of term display didn’t quite fit as intended, so I decided to test what I’d learned and go back and correct it – mainly so that I can wear it of course! Otherwise all those hours of work wouldn’t be quite as satisfying 🙂 The brief for the module was to make a fully fashioned, knitted garment, using a pre-existing garment or toile to come up with a simple shape. The fabric was developed through investigative sampling, and in the end I used a single jersey fabric with a half-tuck pattern. The full instructions for knitting the garment to size were calculated from the fully developed sample. I didn’t take as many photos of this project along the way as I normally would, but here are a few images along with the (revised) finished garment. The dress was knitted on a 7gg hand-operated Dubied V-bed machine, just in case anyone wonders!