Last autumn the Fibre Co. collaborated with their favourites indie designers to create a group of patterns utilizing their latest yarn Lore. Seventeen designers took half within the undertaking ensuing within the creation of 21 stunning clothes and equipment. Already having been gained over by Lore we have been wanting to get our fingers onto the Borrowdale collection. We felt that a lot of you’d take pleasure in seeing it as nicely and so we determined to organise a bit of trunk present with 6 gadgets from the gathering.
The assortment is impressed by the Borrowdale, a valley situated within the Lake District National Park in Cumbria. The valley is renown for its dramatic views over the traditional volcanic mountains, its stunning hikes and quaint little villages. It’s in that spirit of celebrating the British wilderness that the Borrowdale collection happened. Each piece was designed for outdoor adventures and lounging days alike. They are cosy clothes made to maintain your heat throughout lengthy winter walks and night in at house.
They additionally strike an excellent stability of wearability and technicality. Their traditional shapes imply they’ll simply be worn with a a number of completely different outfits. On the opposite hand the mixture of fascinating textures and color motifs would make them very pleasant to knit too. Their conventional appears to be like work completely with Lore’s rustic and lofty deal with.
There have been few samples that we have been notably trying ahead to seeing in actual life. Like Brandelhow by Natasja Hornby or Knotts View by Janne Kleivset. Some others revealed themselves as quickly as we unpacked the gathering like Hazel Bank by Marie Amelie Designs. That is why trunk exhibits are so good. They let you get an actual really feel for every bit and provide you with a brand new appreciation for the standard of their design.
The Borrowdale collection might be with us till the 26th of June. I hope you’ll prefer it as a lot as we do!
Until Next Time… Happy Knitting!