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Itís a jungle out
there so why not go green, really green, by celebrating all things leafy with
Jane Thornley's new book the Leaf Lights Evocative Guide. Three
designs make up this evocative guide: a Giant Frond wrap, A Blade
scarf and the Leaf Lights Kimono.
Leaf Lights Kimono is an airy, spring-like excursion into the
tropical undergrowth. The colors ripple in light and shadow like sunlight
filtering through a leafy canopy. Three rectangles form the shape Ė two
front panels and one back. A long front band finishes the front openings as well
as forms the collar from which the back is picked up and knit.
Or knit a Giant
Frond wrap in organic feather & fan lace. What is organic lace?
Itís any project that uses a lace component (stitch sets usually known for the
regimented adherence to patterns and charts but here free-flying and not fixed
on perfection) mixed liberally with other stitches, various yarn types and a
free-range, no-mistake approach. From just such an attitude, emerged the
Frond wrap. All soft, silky and lacy, itís knit with silk/merino liberally mixed
with other yarns in three hues of green.
Or if you're
searching for a smaller project you'll adore Jane's A Blade scarf.