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Shibui Knits FW15 Collection.

While waiting for the new Brooklyn Tweed Fall 2015 collection to come out next week I have fallen in love with the new Shibui Knits collection. I have only one word to describe it: perfection. BT collections usually get all the hype, but this one outshines them in my opinion!

I can't remember another collection that was so well put together and all the pieces complement one another perfectly. The collection is also very classic and minimalistic but the pieces all have some kind of twist to keep them interesting. The patterns are all designed by Shellie Anderson. Out of the 10 pieces in the collection 8 made it straight to my (already too long) Ravelry queue.

I also love the styling of the photos and the colours they have chosen for the pieces. The rusty brown yarn is especially to die for!

Emboss (photo via Ravelry)

My absolute favourite and the one that caught my eye and led me to the rest of the collection was the Emboss coat. I'm so in love with it and plan to knit one for myself as soon as I get my other WIPs off my needles. 

Volute and Cornice (photos via Ravelry)

Other favourites were the Volute shrug (although I would make mine out of a bit heavier yarn to make it more wearable during winter) and the timeless Cornice sweater. 

Inscribe and Trace (photos via Ravelry)

Another sweater favourites include the Inscribe with its low v-neck and asymmetrical textured front and the Trace with it's simple ribbing details.

And lastly, check out these accessories!

From left to right: Facade, Spire and Motif (photos via Ravelry)


  1. Yes, this collection is just stunning, what a pleasant surprise! Minimalist and clean with so many beautiful details. And the styling is indeed very nicely done, it really stood out to me.


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