Knitted Wigs

Is it a weave? A knitting fanatic has gone one step further than making herself a cosy hat – by knitting a range of WIGS. Nutty knitter Louise Walker, 22, spends hours crafting the incredibly warm – but itchy headwear. Each wig is based on a different classic hairstyle – but knitted in glorious technicolour, rather than traditionalblone, brunette, or red head colours. Louise, from London, spent months knitting the collection of pastel coloured wigs for a final-year degree project.

Is it a weave? A knitting fanatic has gone one step further than making herself a cosy hat - by knitting a range of WIGS. Nutty knitter Louise Walker, 22, spends hours crafting the incredibly warm - but itchy headwear. Each wig is based on a different classic hairstyle - but knitted in glorious technicolour, rather than traditionalblone, brunette, or red head colours. Louise, from London, spent months knitting the collection of pastel coloured wigs for a final-year degree project.

Is it a weave? A knitting fanatic has gone one step further than making herself a cosy hat - by knitting a range of WIGS. Nutty knitter Louise Walker, 22, spends hours crafting the incredibly warm - but itchy headwear. Each wig is based on a different classic hairstyle - but knitted in glorious technicolour, rather than traditionalblone, brunette, or red head colours. Louise, from London, spent months knitting the collection of pastel coloured wigs for a final-year degree project.

Is it a weave? A knitting fanatic has gone one step further than making herself a cosy hat - by knitting a range of WIGS. Nutty knitter Louise Walker, 22, spends hours crafting the incredibly warm - but itchy headwear. Each wig is based on a different classic hairstyle - but knitted in glorious technicolour, rather than traditionalblone, brunette, or red head colours. Louise, from London, spent months knitting the collection of pastel coloured wigs for a final-year degree project.

Is it a weave? A knitting fanatic has gone one step further than making herself a cosy hat - by knitting a range of WIGS. Nutty knitter Louise Walker, 22, spends hours crafting the incredibly warm - but itchy headwear. Each wig is based on a different classic hairstyle - but knitted in glorious technicolour, rather than traditionalblone, brunette, or red head colours. Louise, from London, spent months knitting the collection of pastel coloured wigs for a final-year degree project.