Thursday, September 29, 2005

Inspiration

Here a few things from the Anthropologie website I found interesting. They would be so easy to duplicate, and in this case for a lot less money. Anyone else wonder whether the now extinct J. Peterman catalog writers are currently employed by A.? I get a kick out of their product descriptions.
zinniascarf
zinniascarf3
crenelle2
crenelle1
crochetleafnecklace
crochetLeaves1
gingerbutton2
gingerbutton1

10 comments:

Angela said...

That first scarf reminds me of the one on the cover of Vogue's Crocheted Scarves and that last one reminds me of a scarf from Knitting on the Edge, minus the cable/braid. Love that necklace! Wish my wallet was bigger!

Vanessa said...

Love those scarf. They always have great stuff but darn expensive. Thanks for sharing.

valentina said...

Thank you for just featuring accessories. I'm currently avoiding all stores, as my current bulging midriff is not conducive to the current waist nipped styles. If ever you were wondering how many times one can use "current" in one sentence, now you know.

Annie said...

LOL! Love the J. Peterman reference. So true! I agree, though, the scarfs are gorgeous. Anthropologie is always such a great inspiration!

jacqueline said...

i love those accessories. we don't get anthropology over here in australia...and looking at the things being previewed on the web - it is probably a good thing for my wallet we don't!

eastern white said...

anthropologie does have great accessories. i went by their store the other day and saw those featured in person. one thing i have to say: anthropologie does have great stuff, but they also use a lot of acrylic blend fibers, i dig their designs, but not too much of the actual product. and, way overpriced. so, we should knit them ourselves!

kelly said...

I've already started piecing together how to do the Zinnia scarf. Although, not being a crocheter, it's going to be an interesting work in progress!

Anonymous said...

It pretty much covers Replica related stuff.

Judy said...

I came across your blog and was impressed with your crochet! I love all of the scarves and I love to crochet. So, can you make the patterns for the KAL? :)

Sherry said...

Love, love, love photo #1. That would be so much fun to do...

Sherry