That’s what I’m calling it, because a number of the yarns that I used to assemble and knit this sweater are dyed with lichens. The background pale green that ties the sweater together was dyed with lichens collected in Averill, VT and the striking gold yarn at the top of the sweater was dyed with lichens collected around Dan Hole Pond in the Ossipee Mountains of NH. That that makes the sweater extra special. It was also a wonderful way to use up small amounts of handspun yarn, too special to throw away, and not enough by themselves for a project. I wasn’t sure as I knitted along whether the colored stripes were going to be coordinated enough to achieve a sweater that looked right, but I’m happy with the result.