MFPP: Mad Women by Sarah Wilson

This entry was posted on 31st March, 2013 .
Mad Women by Sarah Wilson
This months MFPP is called Mad Women by Sarah Wilson, (TheSexyKnitter in ravelry). She took inspiration from the 1960's and ended up with a collection perfect for the Mad Men women. I personally love that series!  
Megan's Sweater in Rios, in Glazed Carrot and Paris Night Megan's Sweater in Rios, in Glazed Carrot and Paris Night
In Sarah's own words:
My inspiration for this collection was the 1960's. I knew I wanted to do a mod mini, a groovy sweater and some kind of outrageous headpiece. When I finished the collection, it struck me that I had unwittingly captured 3 of Mad Men's leading ladies in knitwear, so I named the pieces after them. The cable shift just screams Joan to me. All it needs is a vintage pen necklace, and Christina Hendricks could walk right onto set in Miss Holloway! The sweater was my interpretation of a piece that Megan Draper wears in Season 5, updated just a bit for today's ladies. The bow, well...the bow is just for fun, but it's definitely something I could see being worn to a fancy husband's-work-event by Betty or any of the other girls on the show. All in all, I had a great time putting this collection together and I hope that it inspires a few people to add a little 1960's glamour into their wardrobes!
The collection consists of three designs: a sweater, a dress and a really fun accesory for your hair. Each of the designs have two options : The bow comes in 2 sizes, Megan's Sweater can be lengthened into a mini, and Miss Holloway contains instructions for how to modify into a tee.
Miss Holloway by Sarah Wilson Miss Holloway in Sock, in Ochre
 
Betty's Bow by Sarah Wilson Betty's Bow in Worsted, in Fucsia
  Click the pictures to go to the individual patterns on Ravelry, or you can see the whole collection here. You can also browse all the MFPP patterns on our Ravelry page.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ What on earth is “MFPP”? MFPP stands for Malabrigo Freelance Pattern Project. Every month, we collaborate with an independent designer (or two) to bring you delightfully themed pattern collections! You can see past MFPP collections here or at the Ravelry link above!

- Verónica

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