My current work in progress:

Ottar Hap Shawl, designed by Kate Davies, knit from Buachaille in the Squall, Ptarmigan, and Islay colorways, using a U.S. size 9 (5.5mm) needle.

July Update

Blog updates have been thin on the ground due to the nature of my current knitting: secret.

But I did a bit of sewing last week:

PeasantTop073017 313x500 July Update

Julie is pleased to be modeling her 1970s peasant top.

On Tuesday, I can start working on my August Camp Loopy project. Here’s the yarn:

Yarn073017 500x193 July Update

And of course, Loki is overseeing everything.

Loki073017 500x457 July Update

Comments

  1. Nice to see Loki awake. Looking forward to seeing your stealth project, but in the meantime, I’m enjoying your sewing projects, Nice job.

  2. I had an outfit like that in the 70’s but my jeans were patched. Love the color for your August project- what are you knitting.

  3. That is a beautiful blue – like the sky in New Mexico. I hope you are planning something beautiful in it!

  4. Julie looks lovely in that top!
    Beautiful cat!

  5. Looking forward to seeing your secret project.

  6. Barbara A. B. says:

    Wendy! You continue to amaze me! 👍

  7. Sophy0075 says:

    What a lucky doll baby, and whoever adopts her.
    The yarn color is beautiful.
    Loki is handsome, as always.

  8. Brigitte says:

    Would you look at the pouty look on Loki’s face! I think he needs a kiss, the sweet boy… How old is he now? My Atticus is a ripe ol’ 19 years young, and still gives me the pouts, and gets the kisses in return.

    So, I’m curious about what you’ll be making with the organic cotton… Not my preferred fiber to work with, but I’m always curious to see what others create using it.