Welcome to Gallery Photos! I always have tons of photos of projects on my dress form. Here are photos of project yet-to-be-released for the Amalfi Collection.
The photos are for your enjoyment, but not use! They are all copyright to Jill Wolcott Knits, LLC. There is a watermark on all photos. Email me if you want to know more about any of the designs or photos.
The patterns which have been released have the link to the shop, and their price. Each pattern has more than one version in the pattern. Positano & Steps to Positano has a pattern calculator, as will the patterns that have an Any Size? Any Gauge? pattern.
- Capri Shawls – $12, May 2022
- Furore Wrap, $12, April 2022
- Ischia Scarves- $15
- Maiori & Path to Maiori Cowls – $12, March 2022
- Naples Collars & Cowls- $18
- Positano & Steps to Positano – $8
- Ravello Tank – $30, June 2022
- Salerno Wrap & Skirt – $22, July 2022
- Sorrento Cosy – $12, February 2022
More About Gallery Photos
Getting these photos uploaded, captioned, watermarked, etc. is all part of Research & Development. I always hesitate to spend my time on this sort of thing because it feels non-productive, but I’m upping my branding game in 2022. Feel free to contribute by liking, commenting, or making monetary contributions.
Shown Now: Sorrento, Maiori, Furore, Capri
Gallery Photos: Sorrento Cosy, Veri-Peri Version
This begins with the original version of Sorrento, made in Nebula, with the unseen layers in Lunaris both from Anzula Luxury Fibers. That version is awesome, but it wasn’t what I originally envisioned. This version was done with the body worked in Serenity (color Prince) from Anzula Luxury Fibers. The layers are Loft from Neighborhood Fiber Co (color Sandtown-Winchester), which are bound off using Breeze (color Prince) from Anzula. The bottom layer is longer because I knitted this on vacation and I didn’t have the called-for needle size, so I used a US size 6[4mm] instead of a US size 5[3.5mm].
Gallery Photos: Maiori & Path to Maiori Cowls: Chunky, Sport, Lace Weight
This Cowl started when I was trying to figure out how to use Chibi Paca from Ikagai Fiber. I don’t do a lot with chunky yarns and didn’t like the hat I tried. Love, love, love it in Maiori! Then Elemental Affects sent me a hank of Bulky Cormo to try out and that happened. I had a skein of Red! Cormo Sport, so that became the sport version, with the leftovers from something else.
Any size? Any gauge? Use the Path to Maiori. I wanted to try a set of measurements to fit my half-size dress form. Used approximately 20g of Meridian from Anzula (again, leftover!). That was the limiting factor and I had to work rounds based on yarn consumption. Totally fun! Plus two art buttons.
Gallery Photos: Furore & Fiorde Wraps, Jill’s Personal Version
Furore has been on my list as a design for quite a while, but it seemed like a lot of knitting. It is, but it is also pretty easy knitting once you get into it. I always like my two ends to be the same if they are coming together, so I worked Right and Left versions. In the Official sample it will meet in the middle. This one meets where I ran out of Hatbox! I had a skein of Hatbox that Amanda at Lorna’s Laces had given me, and I combined it with some Civility from Elemental Affects. It was smooshy and dense before I dropped the stitches, after which it became open and airy.
Any size? Any gauge? Use the Fiordo (fjord). I love being able to choose yarn and then tailor the pattern to what I have. I’m making it possible for you to do that too with Pattern Calculators.
Gallery Photos: Capri Shawls, Sample, Large & Narrow
The idea for Capri started this as a collection. I was actually knitting Ischia while we were in Sorrento. Then had the idea for Capri, and by the time we were leaving Sorrento I had more ideas. I’ve been noodling and knitting these since 2018.