Waterlily frond in a deep chocolate pond. This photograph is something that I would love as printed fabric. I think it would be the loveliest curtains or tablecloth. Sadly, I no longer design textiles, so the best I can do is to knit it up. My painting with yarn for you to wear and keep warm.
Liene wanted a cardigan sweater. She lives in a wood heated home behind a castle by a lake, and kept insisting that she gets cold and needs something warm, thick and chunky. I knit up a wool, mohair, silk and cotton blend that I then machine wash wool cycle, so its a bit like boiled wool. Easy to care for, super warm to wear. My Liene sweater coat can be worn either side on top, I use a hatpin, brooch or belt to keep it shut, a hairpin or even a toothpick will work.
This is not just any wool, its from Latvian and Estonian raised sheep, spun in Pāce in a factory where no chemicals are used for washing, and their mineral dyes are as natural as possible. There is lots of lanolin in the yarn and you may find a few bits of meadow chaff in there too, its as real as can be.
chest measured across a bit below the armhole - 60cm (23.5")
length from top of shoulder to hem - 81 cm (32")
fold in half and measure center back to cuff - 86 cm (34")