Newknit Binder Card
Newknit drapery’s warp knit construction is inspired by mid-century openweave work from artist and weaver Dorothy Liebes. Warp knitting is a technique that combines the soft hand of knitting with the stability of a woven fabric, giving Newknit a balanced, grid pattern that evokes the tectonic structure of architecture. Light in form but technical in construction, this drapery contains three individual warp yarns in the vertical, lending a multi-color, dimensional effect in conversation with the yarn floats running across the horizontal. Newknit’s 5 colorways and pliant hand add a sculpted and textural effect to a space, whether installed on its own or layered with other draperies.