Style Your Knits: Fisherman Twist

It's been awhile since I did one of these, but I've been stockpiling photos for weeks. These kinds of posts are going to start happening more regularly around here, as I intend to start sneaking my blog ever-closer towards being a knitwear-themed style blog. But more on that later! For now, let's just get to the eye candy, shall we?


I picked up Carol Feller's pattern, Fisherman Twist, at a print-pattern sale at my LYS. I happened to have a bag of Adagio, a wonderful llama/silk blend from Skacel that's sadly been discontinued, that I thought would be just perfect for this pattern. Turns out, I was right!


I'm very happy with how this sweater turned out. After a full wet blocking, the thing grew into a giant mess, so I lightly felted it in a very hot dryer and it turned into just the perfect size for me. (And bonus, when you lightly felt llama & silk it turns into an amazingly scrumptious fabric!) I styled it up by pairing it with a one-shoulder chiffon maxi dress, tights, wedge cowboy boots, a long necklace, and a large envelope clutch. It would be wonderful with jeans, too, but y'all know that's not how I roll. ;)



So here's the rundown, style-blog style:

Pattern: Fisherman Twist by Carol Feller
Yarn: Skacel Collection, Inc. Adagio (discontinued)
Dress: Eric Daman for Charlotte Russe, thrifted (similar)
Boots: Old Navy, thrifted (similar)
Snake Ring: Vintage, thrifted (similar)
Necklace: Handmade by me (similar)
Envelope Clutch: eBay (available here in multiple colors)
Nails: Sienna from Julep (here; also, read my blog post on how to get Julep for FREE!)


This sweater-over-a-maxi style is great for an environment where you don't know what the weather will be like...because even without the sweater, you still look perfectly put together! Would you ever wear a sweater over a dress? Let me know in the comments!

Get the knitting pattern from Carol Feller for $5.95 on Ravelry here. Click any of the photos above to see my project on Ravelry.


  1. Beautiful sweater, the color is gorgeous on you!

  2. You look like Kelly from "Saved By the Bell" in that last photo. A total compliment but when I saw the similarity it made me laugh.

    Love that sweater!