Friday Knitting Inspiration. Jessica Leclere.

Today’s knitwear inspiration is a young textile designer Jessica Leclere. Born in Paris, Jessica got her degree from the Royal College of Art and soon started her own knitwear line that is innovative, fresh and very inspiring.

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Autumn/Winter 2016 collection. Photo:

Jessica’s approach to creating knitwear is very far from traditional. She is always in search of new materials, shapes and textures. There is something futuristic about Jessica’s knit pieces – color effect, structured architectural shapes, unusual construction.

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Striped Illusion Project Photo:

This is definitely a new generation knitting! I admire how the designer turns classic stitches and shapes into something completely unique and unexpected.

Knitting Inspiration
Autumn/Winter 2016 collection. Photo:

My personal favorite is the sweater from Jessica’s Plaits and Ladders project. Slipped long stitches and an unusual cables construction break all the stereotypes of how the knit sweater should look like.

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Plaits and Ladders Project Photo:

Make sure to visit designer’s official website for more knitwear inspiration –Β

Wish you a great weekend and fun craft experiments!


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  1. Hard to believe these pieces are handmade!

  2. You always showcase the most interesting fashions. Very unique and pretty styles.

    • Thank you, Christine! I spend embarrassingly too much time reading about knitwear designers. I am happy to share some of them here πŸ™‚

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