Hilary Grant Knitwear
While typically I use my own words to share a product or brand here on Makers Workshop, today I am going to do things a bit differently. The artist statement by Hilary Grant spoke so much to me and to the core of what Makers Workshop is about, I do not want to alter it in any way. I found Hilary Grant Knitwear a few months ago and have been smitten ever since. Of course I have a sincere love of most things Scottish, but Hilary's genuine craftsmanship stands alone and is something to be admired. While February is (sometimes) the only cold month here at home, I long for her mushroom and ember colored pom hat to warm my head even if I have to pretend its chilly out.
Hilary Grant is a luxury Scottish knitwear label creating staple winter accessories with craftsmanship, style and distinct personality.We believe that everyday items should be beautifully made. Designed, knitted and hand finished in Scotland, Hilary Grant’s collection of scarves, hats and gloves combine simple, classic styles with bold patterns in sophisticated and compelling tones. Made from a soft 2 ply lambswool, Hilary Grant’s pieces are wearable, practical, playful and of the utmost quality; designed to be cherished and enjoyed winter after winter.
Drawing on the rich heritage of Scottish knitwear, Hilary’s pieces feel familiar; their classic shapes and designs evoking a sense of winter-time nostalgia with a contemporary overtone. The patterns, in a rich palette of tones, hold a modern graphic quality while maintaining a timeless charm. The shapes, although simple, have been carefully considered with purpose and wearability being key in their construction; scarves are wide and long, designed to be wrapped around multiple times for maximum warmth.
Hilary Grant’s pieces offer the perfect unity between beauty and utility. Wearable, well-crafted and designed to bring some joy to even the most gloomy of winter days.
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You can shop Hilary's hats, scarves, and gloves HERE.