Previously on this blog, we shared the stunning crochet work by Sophie Digard and also dove into her background, her work with fair trade crochet, and her environmental inspirations.
We love Sophie’s work and are always happy to see it pop up from time to time, but it doesn’t get mentioned a lot in the regular stream of crochet information. Because of this, we wanted to find more of Sophie’s amazing crochet that wasn’t showcased in that first article.
Here’s a luscious eye candy roundup of what Sophie Digard does in crochet.
Sophie Digard Crochet
Sophie Digard's luxurious hand-crafted accessories are sold in shops like The French Needle, Loop Knitting, and more. Here are a few of our favorites.
This handmade doll is really something special! Designed by Sophie Digard, the mouse is crocheted from linen and is dressed in a tiny smocked voile dress. French Needle also sells a baby mouse doll to complete the set.
This exquisite Aurora Borealis scarf has a beautiful and unique texture. It's composed of many small, soft, hand-crocheted squares, each with a circle of tufted merino wool. The colors are earthy but widely varied, giving it tons of visual appeal.
This bag is crocheted with hand-dyed raffia, and the design is made possible thanks to the artisanal knowledge of the local Malagsy women whom she employs to create her famous accessories. This bag has a timeless, neutral, and yet still unique appearance. What's not to love?
This brooch, designed by Sophie Digard, is sold at The French Needle. It's made of crochet wool and fabric and has a really unique, earthy colorway and design. The description points out that it's a great organic (and sustainable, reusable) alternative to a corsage.
This shawl from Loop Knitting is another gorgeous, detailed Sophie Digard design. The soft crochet flowers feature different colored centers in an earthy, nature-inspired colorway. As we mentioned in our earlier Sophie Digard article, every color she uses is made up of 60 threads, making every color totally unrepeatable.
These delicate necklaces are made up of crochet flowers sewn together with linen thread. They're simple but luxurious thanks to the careful handcrafting that went into making each one. These necklaces can be worn as a single or double strand.
Get ready to fall in love with this stunning Sophie Digard brooch! It features a bunch of dainty flowers in lemon, pink, mint green, coral red, aqua, and pink shades, all meticulously embroidered by hand on soft linen. Created by talented women artisans in Madagascar and designed in Sophie Digard's Paris studio, this brooch is a true labor of love, showcasing hours of intricate craftsmanship and a pop of vibrant colors.