Rhea Silvia pattern by Sara Morris
Inspired by the legend of Rhea Silvia, the mother of Romulus and Remus and a minor Roman deity of the forest, this luscious infinite wrap features burl-like cables and a lace leaf border in a drapy silk-wool blend. Wear it as a shawl, a scarf, cowl, or however you want!
Torch Lily pattern by Lorna Pearman
This hat is a fun knit using a slip stitch pattern, carrying only one color at a time for the body of the hat, and then Fair Isle technique is used while shaping the crown. The stitches used provide a beautiful texture, as well as interest for the knitter. The hat has a slight slouch to it for comfort and style. Well written instructions and a colorful chart are included.
A Rose is a Rose pattern by Sivia Harding
Portland is the City of Roses, and these photos were taken in the central garden of Ladd’s Addition, famous for its roses. The neighborhood, a landmark of architectural planning dating from the early part of the twentieth century, departs from the grid of surrounding city streets, setting Ladd’s Addition apart in more ways than one.