Part 3 – Project 4: Exercise 2 – Knitting Patterns

Your view of knitting will be shaped both by your own experience of it – as a knitter, a wearer of knitted items or friend or relative of someone who knits – and through visual representations of knitting as an activity.

• To start with, produce a quick mind map of what knitting means to you and
what you associate with it.

• Do some visual research by finding contemporary and historical examples of
where and how knitting or knitted items have been represented, for example
pattern books, humorous cards based on 1950s patterns for knitted tank
tops, balaclavas, etc., … Read the rest