My current work in progress:

Seaforth designed by Alice Starmore, knit in British Breeds 5-ply Guernsey Wool on US 3 needles.


Special Afternoon Report – In Which I Attempt to Answer Questions

Thanks for all the responses to my “embedded photos” versus “pop-up photos” question. I think the answer is to have both. I’ll embed small photos and pop up big ones. Deal?

And yes, I have my time stamp set on Pacific Time. On purpose. Yeah, I’m odd like that.

Regia Stretch . . . the colors are #85 — mineral on the left, and #87 — jeans on the right. I’ve got #88 — jungle on back order.

The Virgin Jacket is a design from Norsk Strikkedesign. Here is a photo from the book. Ooooh! A pop-up!


  1. katherine says:

    ta — it’s a lovely colour!

  2. Karen Berglund says:

    That Norske Strikkedesign book looks like it has some lovely things in it. Love the sweater!

  3. katherine says:

    I saw the Norske Strikkedesign at Waterston’s in London in July, and didn’t buy it. Why, I don’t know, because now I’m thinking I’m *really* stupid for not having got it …

  4. I know what you mean Katherine — I’ve done that with several books in the past, kicked myself, then bought the book on eBay for double. *sigh*

  5. The Virgins Jacket from Norsk Strikkdesign?! Wow! You are fearless. Is there any pattern that intimidates you?

  6. None that I can think of that intimidate me. I can think of some that bore me 😉

  7. Thanks for the pic of the Virgin Jacket. It’s beautiful!

    As far as the date stamp and Pacific time…I just felt a little intimidated! But I see you from today’s post that you re-set it.