Ponder Knitwear Draws Influence from a Native American Aesthetic

By: Christopher DeLuca - Published: Sep 7, 2011 • References: ponderknitwear & selectism
Ponder Knitwear and designer Jillian Claire have created some of the most unique and visually interesting scarves that I have seen in a very long time. The scarves derive their aesthetic influence from Native American tribal patterns and are made on old knitting machines.

Ponder Knitwear has really hit the aesthetic nail on the mark with this series of scarves. If you want to be up to date in the latest fashion statements I would definitely recommend picking up one of these phenomenal pieces. The Ponder Knitwear scarves also have a Pac-Man feel to them.

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