Tom Daley models flamingo sweaters and cardigans at knitting brand launch
Tom Daley turned out to be his best advertisement modeling knitwear to celebrate the launch of his knitting kit brand, Made With Love.
The diver, 27, who wowed fans by knitting poolside at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, put his passion for craftsmanship to work with his first line of knitted kits – which includes kits for making flamingo sweaters, vests and a £ 220 kit to make a personalized double blanket.
The launch collection, 1896, is named in honor of the first modern Olympics and uses pure, biodegradable and renewable wool.
Crafty: Tom Daley proved his own best publicity by modeling knitwear to celebrate the launch of his knitting kit brand, Made With Love
The collection is launched with 15 kits, from £ 30 for a wool beanie, up to £ 70 for a scarf and £ 120 for a Flamin-GO For It sweater – giving both new knitters and experienced craftsmen the ability to create Tom’s creations.
Each kit includes needles, yarn and knitting patterns to create a unique design.
Inspired by her recent gold medal at the Olympics, there’s also a You Win Christmas Sweater Kit for £ 95 and a Cuddle Cardigan Kit for £ 125, apparently a nod to the fatherhood of her son Robbie, three. years.
For £ 220, customers can purchase a Thread The Love blanket kit.
Each product can be personalized with a choice of thick thread color.
Playful: The diver, 27, who wowed fans by knitting poolside at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, put his passion for craftsmanship to work in his first range of knitted kits – which includes flamingo sweaters roses, vests and a £ 220 kit to make a custom double blanket
Not just good in the 10m: Tom, who won gold at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, was spotted crocheting and knitting as he watched matches in Japan this year
Love it: The collection kicks off with 15 kits, from £ 30 for a wool beanie, up to £ 70 for a scarf and £ 120 for a Flamin-GO For It sweater – giving both new knitters and experienced craftsmen the chance to make Tom’s designs
Tom said: “For the past two years knitting has been my savior. It has been a form of mindfulness between training and competition, and a way to pass the time while I was traveling or staying home during blockages.
“I take my knitting everywhere and feel like I’ve accomplished something every time I do something new. I like to think knitting is back, so I can’t wait for people to try it out if they haven’t already, by creating things they can actually wear.
Tom recently wowed fans as he got into the festive spirit by donning another of his hand-knitted sweaters on Tuesday – and teased the launch of his new knitting line.
The star showcased his latest creation, a cream sweater with a red trim and an elaborate Christmas tree as he flashed the peace sign.
Pose: The star was every inch of the model as he posed in knits
The star referenced her Instagram page dedicated to her custom knitwear in the caption, writing: ‘Made With Love… coming soon @madewithlovebytomdaley #madewithlove.
Another post on the page seemed to indicate that Tom would launch his knitting efforts at a business with the caption: “Made With Love – Launching Soon bytomdaley.com”.
Tom, who won gold at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, was spotted crocheting and knitting as he watched the games in Japan this year.
Tom recently presented a pair of swimsuits he had crocheted.
Showing off her washboard abs, the sports star posed in underwear over a swimming pool.
Do you want to do this? For £ 220, customers can purchase a Thread The Love blanket kit
Model moment: Tom wore a colorful vest as he posed with models
Nod: Le showed baby socks with the initials of her husband Lance
Along with the post he wrote: “I finally made crochet shorts!” before sharing snapshots of himself in various poses.
He added: “I couldn’t help but share these trunks I made. This is my first attempt at crochet boxer shorts and I’m sure I’ll improve myself.
During the Olympics, Tom and Matty beat China by just 1.23 points after a flirtatious performance in the synchronized category as Daley won her third Olympic medal.
Daley made his Olympic debut at the age of 14 in Beijing and won bronze in London 2012 and Rio five years ago.
Daley and Lee weren’t supposed to win with China being the favorites, but they never left the top two and finished with a score of 471.81 following an exceptional four-and-a-half flip front pike when the pressure was on. in the last lap.
Dive into Christmas: Tom recently wowed fans as he got into the festive spirit by donning another of his hand-knitted sweaters on Tuesday – and teased the launch of his new knitting line
Selfie: The multi-talented diver, 27, presented his latest creation, a cream sweater with red trim and an elaborate Christmas tree
China’s poor dive in the fourth round saw Team GB’s pair take the lead and they never looked back with ROC taking bronze.
“It’s kinda unbelievable. I’ve been dreaming, just like Matty, since I started diving 20 years ago for this moment, ”Daley said.
“I thought I was going to win an Olympic gold medal in Rio and it turned out to be just the opposite by far.
“My husband told me that my story was not over and that my son (Robbie) had to be there to watch me win an Olympic gold medal.
“I can say that my son watched me become Olympic champion, although on TV because they couldn’t be here. It’s such a great feeling.
Lee added: “It was crazy, obviously. In October 2018, I moved my whole life to London from Leeds. I was away from my family and friends, everyone. I had nothing to London Our goal was to win an Olympic medal.
“Being able to put the well-deserved gold medal around his neck was really special to me and I’m very, very proud of him. Obviously, it’s my dream to be a gold medalist, an Olympic gold medalist, and it’s great to have been able to win that with him. ‘
Trunks: The Olympic diver recently took to his Instagram Stories and shared a variety of snaps of himself wearing his knitted trunks, which were navy blue with yellow stripes