Elizabeth stands against a black wall in a silk knit tank, the Tori knitting pattern, wearing dusty rose colored pants.

Body of Work

A collection of knitting patterns and a publication from One Wild Designs, the design house I started with my bestie, Jen Parroccini.

Body of Work features six knitting patterns - four garments and two swatch projects - we've also included a publication full of inspiration and personal writing from ourselves knitters, and one other designer (Karel Chan of KC Knitting Co).

We are so pleased to share it with you.

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  • In dramatic lighting, Bess stands in front of the camera. She wears a chevron lace knit tank top, knit from the Tori Tank pattern.

    Tori Tank

    A base layer you can't help but show off - Tori is an allover lace silk tank in ultra-light heavy lace weight. Designed to peek out perfectly from the hem of the Mary Raglan.

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  • Courtney, who has pink hair, holds a cream colored lace knit pouch, the Mary Tarot Pouch. The pouch holds two brightly colored tarot cards.

    Mary Tarot Pouch

    Practice the techniques you'll need for the Mary Raglan while knitting yourself a cute and useful pouch. Perfect for holiding your favorite Tarot card deck, or any other tiny treasures.

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  • Elizabeth wears the Mary Raglan sweater in dramatic window lighting. The boxy sweatshirt feeling sweater pattern is knit in lace.

    Mary Raglan

    An allover lace sweatshirt feel pullover knit in the softest non superwash Merino in DK weight. Dramatic bell shaping in the sleeves and body are cuffed by luscious, dense ribbing.

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