When it comes to knitwear, the fashion world has set the trend which was readily accepted by the knit and crochet community.
Structural biomimicry knitting and crochet.
Garments made using different fibers to create intricate structures and textures inspired by natural forms.
Nature has always provided inspiration for pattern and form in design and biomimicry is on the rise.
The original patterns of the flora are transferred into textiles using a mix of yarn, stitches and patterns.
The symmetry of fine creases found in feather structures inspire new cable placements.
Lichen and moss open wide doors to the emergence of tapestry resembling knitwear, followed closely by the endless offerings of the reefs - algae and corals thus widening and bringing more excitement to the knitwear designing trends.
Source: Pinterest Anniken Allis' shawl Eliza