MFPP: Alternate, Basal and Cauline by Bunnymuff

This entry was posted on 5th January, 2015 .
Time to kick off another year of MFPPs with this beautiful collection by Bunnymuff/Mona:
Avignon Shawl in Silkpaca, in Sunset Avignon Shawl in Silkpaca, in Sunset 
Castalia Poncho in Silky Merino, Manzanilla Olive Castalia Poncho in Silky Merino, Manzanilla Olive
Mona says:
There are three types of biomimicry - one is copying form and shape, another is copying a process, like photosynthesis in a leaf, and the third is mimicking at an ecosystem's level, like building a nature-inspired city. - Janine Benyus We find comfort and continue to yearn for a connection with other species. For many of us, flora inspires us to knit. We enjoy the feeling of leaves and flowers knitted into the materials that decorate and keep us warm. This is a compilation of knitting patterns exploring our need for biomimicry.
Taiga Shawl in Sock, Impressionist Sky Taiga Shawl in Sock, Impressionist Sky
Parvifolia Cowl in Silkpaca, Sunset Parvifolia Cowl in Silkpaca, Sunset
Cool concept and beautiful execution! You can find the whole collection on Ravelry here, or click each photo to go to the individual patterns. You can also browse our past MFPP collections here! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ What on earth is “MFPP”? MFPP stands for Malabrigo Freelance Pattern Project. Every month, we collaborate with an independent designer (or two) to bring you delightfully themed pattern collections! You can see past MFPP collections here or at the Ravelry link above!

- Alex

 
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