Pattern by Isa Catepillan
Yarn: espace tricot petit lin +
- 100% Linen/Flax
- Shade: Cote-des-Neiges
Care: Hand wash cool, lay flat to dry
The frond structure of Davallia ferns (including hare's foot and squirrel's foot) resembles this oversized, leafy stitch pattern, but the catalyst for Isa's design was a custom-crocheted wedding dress, which explains the level of romance running throughout. Ferns especially their young fiddleheads, were folk symbols of luck for new lovers and fronds were commonly used in love charms, owing to their lushness and abundant reproduction. Joseph was even said to have made a bed of bracken ferns for pregnant Mary in a humble act of devotion on their biblical journey to Egypt. We hope you find yourself lucky in love with your new Davallia.