boxleaf wrap

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another leafy wrap, this time in a rectangle shapeβ€”the better to bundle up against the occasional chilly spring day. david had his eye on this one for himself by the time our photoshoot was done.

shown above: petite size wrap in briar rose josephine, a deeply gorgeous coopworth/mohair blend, colorway, 104 (deep woodsy greens).

the unique copper and nickel pins that secure the wrap were created by romi; there are lots more in her shopβ€”sh’d love for you to visit.

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my very good friend chris, the artist/genius that is briar rose fibers generously provided the yarn for this project.
very many thanks to rachel who is traveling overseas but still making time to proofread and polish the patterns; thanks rachel!
and of course, to david, who stands in the rain taking endless photos so we can entertain ourselves. he deserves a cozy wrap.

44 thoughts on “boxleaf wrap

  1. Love the borders! Love the trianglely ends! Love the leafy boxes! It’s altogether wonderful.

  2. Wow! I simply LOVE all the greens in this shawl. Why aren’t there any shops with such beautiful yarn in Germany?

  3. I have that nickel spiral shawl pin from Romi! I’m not a green person but I am in awe of this wrap — it will look absolutely wonderful on David!

  4. How perfectly GORGEOUS! Another pattern to add to my collection of Knitspot faves! I’m off to buy mine! Thanks Anne!

  5. This is absolutely Gorgeous! You created the perfect pattern for this wonderful yarn. Now, I must simply to get some of that! Yummy.

  6. Get thee away from me, talented temptress. I mean, really – how many stoles/shawls/ wraps/scarves do I need? (apparently, at least one more). It’s very very beautiful – I really liked the border on the triangular version. I think I might even like it even better on this version. Bravo.

  7. Thankyou Thank you Thank you!!! I love trees and nature. This ones perfect. I’m making the triangle for a gift but this one is for me.

  8. Gorgeous! That color is beautiful with your eyes — and I’m with everyone else, I love the border. (Do we also get David modelling shots? πŸ˜‰ )

  9. Are ALL of those photos of the petite size wrap?! It seems so large!

    I have some lovely eggplanty yarn lying around, and now I know exactly what to do with it. Ohoho!

    I also wanted to thank you: I recently finished your Ice Fantasia shawl, my very first shot at a shawl, and it’s GORGEOUS. As an amateur, I really appreciate that you take the time to include both charts AND line-by-line breakdowns.

  10. Oh, it is just gorgeous! I’m thinking that it would be fun to do with some strategically placed beads. Congratulations Anne! Another triumph!

  11. Lovely lovely. Green is my favorite. And I am honored to see my pins worn on your gorgeous wrap! Thank you. πŸ™‚

  12. I agree with Jeanette above. If David wants the wrap, I think we should get to see him model it!

  13. I think this is going to be one of those patterns that just takes off—everyone is going to want one. Brace yourself. (And David, you are so lucky!)

  14. It turned out just beautifully. I especially love the green and yes, I too love Briar Rose Fiber yarns. She has such a wonderful selection.

  15. Another beautiful creation, Anne! I need to try that coopworth/mohair blend; I’m really loving Chris’ yarn!

  16. Lovely work-green is my FAVORITE! But, you forgot the pix of your hottie hubby wearing it… hint hint πŸ˜‰

  17. one of my favorites thus far. yummy combo of yarn and design.
    and we all love David’s photos of you!!

    P.S. someday I hope to catch up on my blog reading.

  18. The green of this shawl looks just lovely with your eyes! I’ve been trying to avoid coming to your blog because it causes panic. I want to make everything you show us but I’ve not finished a durned thing started lately. Startitis, ADHD, whatever you want to call it. I gots it. Bad.

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