Saturday, November 27, 2010

Inspired by Italy - Part 1

The architecture in Italy was amazing. I found myself drawn to some of the ancient and modern designs, and then realized that some of these would make fantastic knitting charts. In this post, I will show you three photos from my trip, followed by the charts they inspired.


This design was located at the top of a relief in the Roman Forum (in Rome).


Directly inspired by the previous photo. Size: 50 stitches x 9 rows


A single repeat of the chart. Size: 10 stitches x 9 rows




An iron fence on the side of a canal in Venice.


Size: 27 rows x 15 stitches




A random window that I saw through an iron gate. I may try to make a chart from the gate in the future.


I may try to make a smaller version in the future, but I was having fun sticking to a strict geometry. Size: 31x31


This is the same as the previous chart, but with a touch of color. It makes it more of a pinwheel. Size: 31x31

These patterns were created by ChemKnits for your Personal or charity use. The charts and directions of this pattern are not to be republished without permission of ChemKnits.

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