There are many knitwear trends in 2018 for all seasons, including what we will see around in fall/winter of this year.
There are knits for everyone, with all tastes being catered for, including cardigans, jumpers, turtleneck and poncho styles, which will be made of soft wool, mohair or cashmere.
You will see oversized knits, in all hues and yarn weights, as some designers are making super soft and warm pieces that will keep you toasty warm and on-trend.
Some of the more cutting-edge designers are inputting asymmetry and fringe details, while others are focussing on traditional elements, like hand-knitted pieces.
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Knitwear Trends 2018
There are many designers who are at the forefront of these design trends, including Greek label OneonOne who have looked back to the 1970s for inspiration.
Susana Bettencourt has gone with modern folk geometric motifs, to mix the old with the new.
All knitwear and Italian label Vitelli have incorporated more psychedelic geometric patterns with neon hues to appeal to a younger crowd.
Whatever you are into, take a look at these knitwear trends and get some inspiration for your future knitting projects.
Take a look at the roundup of knitwear trends in 2018 >>
Based in Milan, these Italian designers have their garments made by independent knitters and use the best quality Italian yarns.
Looking at both psychedelic geometric patterns and neon hues these pieces have taken youth culture as well as the 1970’s as inspiration.