“Pillow Talk”, by AmiAmalia.
It took some weeks of wearing this pattern to capture its feel in a name, and we always came back to the first one that came to mind when trying it – Pillow Talk.
Comfort, intimacy, honesty, a clean, classic pattern – minimalistic, yet anything but boring or plain. It is a classic stitch technique we played with until we found the combination of technical details and yarn to come as close as we can to a knitted version of the woven basket or leather intreciatto pattern that I personally find mesmerizing.
The Pillow Talk comes in several acts, as we will call the pattern sizes. Also, depending on the yarn used, it gets a different feel, look, structure: the traditional fine merino and cashmere will bloom more, making the ‘pillows’ more compact, while the Patagonian wool with anti-shrinkage treatment retains more of the individuality of each ply, and is more fluid as a garment. It may seem complicated, but we are here to assist you in choosing the best yarn – pattern – color combination for you.