knit scarves from victoria jackman

posted by the scholar on August 24th, 2007
filed under: personal accessories, textiles

i love the sculptural quality of the knit work from uk textile artist victoria jackman. it truly is an inspired tactile reminder of the textures and colors in the scottish highlands, with both traditional and handmade flair.

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vikki uses a combination of hand techniques on a machine. her carefully chosen wool, silk and cotton yarns complement her natural, uniquely personal themes.

see more styles and purchase them here and there.


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2 Responses to “knit scarves from victoria jackman”

  1. Carson Says:

    Wow, Victoria’s textile work is amazing

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi carson,

    i really like her work, and especially the way the scarf looks around the neck in the two bottom photos.

    i know it’s a bit early to start thinking of wearing scarves here, but ever since i saw your post about the banbridge scarf, it’s been on my mind…

    glad you like it!

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