Missoni for Knitters

I don't know about you but I thought it was pretty crazy how quickly the Missoni products few off the shelves at Target. I even heard the hysteria for buying things crashed the Target site. People were hording 3 to 4 pieces each to apparently try to make a quick buck by re-selling stuff on ebay. Sad but true.

It's one of those days where I am happy I am a knitter because I don't need Target to get my Missoni. I just need a little Ravelry search :-).

Missoni Inspired Blanket by Kelly Kingston



Ida's Kitchen by Kristin Kapur

Ida in Florence


Lovfald Skirt by Annette Danielsen 



Chevron Cowl by Not So Knotty Knits


Suze Chevron Tunic by Irina Poludnenko


Not to mention the ever popular Jaywalkers by Grumperina or Miriam Felton's beautiful Chevron Collection! Just add the popular Missoni stripes.

7 thoughts on “Missoni for Knitters

  1. Carole says:

    Great stripes! I was at my Target on Friday and they had a few serving pieces left and I do like those – and we can’t knit ’em! I didn’t buy any, though, because the last thing I need is more stuff.


  2. Ugg Outlet says:

    You’re typical of the reason legal and judicial systems were invented: you think you know who did it but you don’t think at all. Afghanistan and Pakistan are rife with pockets of cultures who believe “justice” should be in the individuals’ or families’ own hands – even when they’re wrong.


  3. Olsen35ELEANOR says:

    Some time ago, I needed to buy a good house for my corporation but I did not earn enough cash and could not order anything. Thank goodness my colleague suggested to try to get the loan at reliable bank. Thence, I acted so and used to be happy with my college loan.


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