Even those this slightly resembles cabling, you can see little eyelets that make up the base of the flame here.
But, if I knit it in green- it'd be a leaf!
Just a sweet feather and fan border on the edge of any shawl can give it that extra frill!
This little linen scarf has a fern lace pattern. where the two ferns chase after one another.
Mmm, A lovely all over lace pattern that is fun to work.
Drift by my window...
I can't tell you how many times I sang that to my son while I was knitting this wrap.
This is one in a series of lace lined scarves.
I think they're really sweet.
notice the tulip?
This piece also features leaf lace.
noticing a theme?
this all over lace pattern is lovely to work up!
Lace Top Legwarmers
Just a little bit of Lace to peek over boots for a feminine touch.
Foliage Lace Hat
Yummy, yummy cashmere, has a lovely drape, and is the perfect color for lacework.
Lace top Wristers
Just the right amount of lace, for a simple elegant look.
Silk horseshoe lace hat
I love working with this merino, silk blend yarn. In fact, I wish this hat fit me, so I could keep this little treasure.
Moondance Cashmere Shrug
I Knit this piece while inspired by the waves crashing on the sandy beach. if you look closely you can see the undulating waves on the lower half of the garment.
Leaf Border Shawlette
I Loved Knitting this little leaf border motif on this shawlette. it, was an after the fact decision, but I could not be more pleased with how it looks in this deliciously soft merino yarn.
Elm leaves Lace Raglan
I designed this Raglan sweater stranding lace weight mohair, and sock yarn.
was I crazy? yes. is it my favorite sweater to date... yes.
Just playing around with different borders.