Here's a trio of lace leaf designs to delight anyone and everyone. I chose autumn colors in remembrance of the piles of leaves I loved to jump into. Maybe you and I don't jump into piles of leaves now, but undoubtedly you'll enjoy making a whole pile of these knitted leaves to play in!
Included are an Aspen Leaf in trellis lace with serrated edging, a 5-point increase Maple Leaf, and an Oak Leaf with an interesting lace edging construction built around the I-cord stem.
There is no sewing; finishing merely involves weaving in the tails from the start and completion of knitting, then a simple blocking.
The Aspen Leaf is the easiest of the designs and the Maple Leaf is the most involved, with the Oak Leaf obviously being somewhere in the middle. Working a leaf for the first time will take more time and attention. But once you see how it takes shape, you'll be able to fly through knitting more of them. It's quite addictive!
Size is not critical, although to use approximately the stated amounts of yarn/thread, and get the completed sizes, you can aim for an equivalent gauge of approximately 8 stitches per inch over stockinette stitch.
Patterns for Wearable Art in Timeless Styles :: Jackie E-S established HeartStrings to provide quality instruction to knitters who want their items to be special, as well as practical and enjoyable ...
Patterns for Wearable Art in Timeless Styles :: Jackie E-S established HeartStrings to provide quality instruction to knitters who want their items to be special, as well as practical and enjoyable to knit. Knitters of all skill levels have come to have the utmost trust and confidence in HeartStrings knitting patterns to make their own heart-felt creations. We think you will, too!View all patterns by designer (163) »