Coveting: House of Holland Tights

These tights by House of Holland are not actually crocheted but they are designed to look similar to the great granny square crochet fashions that the designer sent down the runway earlier this year. I wear tights pretty much every day so I think I might want to get a pair! They’re sold by Peek Brooklyn.

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

6 Comments:

  1. I’d get them but they are marked “one size”, and “one size” doesn’t always fit me. They don’t have a chart to show the many sizes that “one size” should fit. :-(

    • Cristina Casciano-King

      Hi from PeekBrooklyn! The size fit Height 5’0 to 5’10 Weight 97-174lbs ad Hips up to 48”

      Hope this helps, didn’t realize I didn’t include it on the website, will ad it now :)

      Happy Shopping and thanks for the LINK :)

    • @Calophi … I didn’t notice that. One size is a strange thing. In a related issue, I was looking at a vintage crochet pattern for a skirt that was written for a single size and it said it was for “a person of ordinary size” – whatever that is! It looks like PeekBrooklyn dropped by here with the specific size info in the comments, though, which I thought was sweet!

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  3. Even if it SAYS one size, it doesn’t work for people that are at one extreme or the other. Size 4-10 socks are never big enough for my size 10 feet. OSFA tights that are also for people 5 feet tall will NOT fit me at 5′ 9″ with my 34″ inseam. Been there, done that. Alas. They look cool, but I know the fit will not work…

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