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  • Allegoro Lace Tunic

    This pattern can be found on pages 28-35 of Knitting Green: Conversations and Planet-Friendly Projects , by Ann Budd with contributions from some of the knitwear industry’s leading designers. Therese Chynoweth’s lace tunic is made with an organic-cotton-andlinen yarn named for Al Gore, who...
    Posted to Knitting Green by JaimeG on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Tank, Knitting Green, Knitting Patterns - Tops, Women, #3-Light, Therese Chynoweth, Interweave Books
  • Soap Nut Vessels

    This pattern can be found on pages 22-24 of Knitting Green: Conversations and Planet-Friendly Projects , by Ann Budd with contributions from some of the knitwear industry’s leading designers. Instead of using laundry detergent, designer Kristen TenDyke throws a few soap nuts in her washing machine...
    Posted to Knitting Green by JaimeG on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Green, Soap Nut Vessels, Kristen TenDyke, #1-SuperFine, Interweave Books
  • Solstice Skirt

    This pattern can be found on pages 18-21 of Knitting Green: Conversations and Planet-Friendly Projects , by Ann Budd with contributions from some of the knitwear industry's leading designers. Designer Cecily Glowik MacDonald used Solstice, a yarn that blends earthfriendly organic cotton with the...
    Posted to Knitting Green by JaimeG on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Green, Women, Knitting Patterns-Skirt, Cecily Glowik MacDonald, #4-Medium, Interweave Books
  • Eco Vest

    This pattern can be found on pages 14-17 of Knitting Green: Conversations and Planet-Friendly Projects , by Ann Budd with contributions from some of the knitwear industry’s leading designers. The eco in Eco Wool means that this yarn is neither dyed nor chemically processed, but instead of having...
    Posted to Knitting Green by JaimeG on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Knitting Green, Tanks & Camisoles, Knitting Patterns - Tops, Katie Himmelberg, Interweave Books
  • Organic Sprout Tank

    This pattern can be found on pages 124-129 of Knitting Green: Conversations and Planet-Friendly Projects , by Ann Budd with contributions from some of the knitwear industry's leading designers. Sprout, a 100 percent organic cotton yarn with a pleasing pebbly texture, is on the bulky end of Classic...
    Posted to Knitting Green by JaimeG on Apr 19, 2010
    Filed under: Tank, Pam Allen, Knitting Green, Tanks & Camisoles, Knitting Patterns - Tops, Women, #5-Bulky, Interweave Books
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