Lost Knitwear Fashion: These Beautiful Knitted Garments Were All The Rage In The 60s, 70s And 80s

Knitting is a technique of producing fabric from a strand of yarn or wool using needles. The exact origin of knitting is still a mystery; however, the earliest known origins of cotton socks were found in Egyptian pyramids. They have a variety of textures, colors, designs, and patterns. Some more advanced knitting techniques create a surprising variety of complex textures. Knitwear fashion was popular in the mid-20th century and survived until the 1980s. They were not limited to winter wears like hats, socks, gloves, sweaters, sheath dresses, shorts, pants, scarves, skirts, shirts, and several other everyday items. Knitting was a culture; girls were taught to knit in school, as it was thought to be a useful skill, not just a hobby. However, technological advances and ow cost machine-made clothes replaced knitwear fashion. And now people are no longer interested in wearing and knitting. Take a look at these beautiful knitted dresses, sweaters, shirts, skirts, and many other flexible fashion items from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Vote your favorites, and don’t forget to share.

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