Eliotta black and white
This knitted garment is part of the Eliotte Collection, which includes simple and versatile jerseys.
The yarn used to make this garment comes from used jeans, i.e. from existing material. The fibres are never dyed, so they retain their original colouring.
The result is a soft, uneven-looking knit that is comfortable to the touch.
Eliotta B&W is characterised by a perforated pattern running along the lower part of the knit and the sleeves and by a very wide sleeve that is taken up along the seam with the shoulder. The very wide sleeve lap is straight, the shoulder is dropped and the neckline is boat-shaped. The cuff and the welt at the end of the garment are ribbed, the rest of the knit has a shaved knit.
The jersey was knitted by hand with a home knitting machine, as were all the details (stitching and finishing).
Every small imperfection must be considered an added value of the product.
-shoulder width: 62cm
-knit length: 51cm
-sleeve length: 41cm
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168,00 € Euro
1 in stock
Find out who made this item
Donatella is the founder of ForME, a brand of knitting and crochet, which was born as a personal need to show everyone the infinite possibilities contained in a ball of yarn.
Born and raised in the green region of Umbria, where the “handmade”, craftsmanship and ingenuity are elements of everyday life, she has always been passionate about colors and yarns and through this project she wants to spread the beauty that artifacts created with dedication, time and patience, but above all the quality that lasts over time.
ForMe wants to produce garments that respect people, animals and the environment at every stage of production, from the research of materials, to the design of the model until its realization.
Each garment is unique, just like the person who wears it and for this reason different from all the others.