My current work in progress:

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


Current and Future Projects

A photo of the current project:

The lace pattern I’m using for the body of this is very simple, but I am really loving the way it looks!

Future project:

This is Tempted Good Grrl yarn in the “Moondance” colorway. I’ll be using it to knit Laura Linneman’s Thin Ice shawl. I bought the pattern earlier this week and then hopped over to The Loopy Ewe and bought the yarn. I think it’ll make a beautiful Thin Ice.

Knitting to commence as soon as I finish my current project.

Lucy sez:

“Live in the present!”


  1. The sweater pattern is really very pretty. I will at last be receiving your new book by the end of this week yay !!!!!

  2. I see little TARDISes in the lace border. It makes me love it more.

  3. This must be side 2…I love that pattertn…is it intermediate or adv? Can’t wait to see you wear it, or Gwen. Preferably, you. Autumn is beginning to show is head of many colors, changes into a slow hibernation.

  4. You are amazing, I love the new sweater and you know I love you!!
    Stacy Little´s last blog post ..Va Va Voom Sly Grrl

  5. Wow, I am still so intimidated by any lace pattern that is more than what is necessary for a market bag! This might inspire me to try a more intricate pattern in a shawl or shawlette. I certainly will not be jumping straight to a sweater! Can’t wait to see the finished product!
    Alyson´s last blog post ..Mason-Dixon Knitting

  6. I am thinking ahead to fall projects. It has been too cold all week for me to want anything else. I love seeing the yarn you have for your next project. I find that I am more dedicated to a current project when I have a good idea for the next project percolating in the back of my mind.
    Seanna Lea´s last blog post ..block party

  7. What a lovely shawl LaLa designed! That is going on my list…

  8. Beeautiful lace work as always and your yarn choice will make a lovely thin ice.
    Brandi´s last blog post ..Around the Farm 10-7-11