My current work in progress:

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


Long Haul

First off, congratulations to Cathy, who was chosen to receive my review copy of Easy Openwork Knit Tops by Kennita Tully. Cathy has been emailed.

Now, my work in progress:


At this point, it is about 56″ long. I have 60 grams left of the rainbow yarn.


I started out with 284 grams of rainbow yarn, so at this point the end is in sight! Well, not really the end: I will still have lots of edging knitting to do after I finish the body of this piece. But it won’t be too much longer before I finish the body, cut open the steek, and start the edging!

Lucy is waiting for the Easter Bunny  to show up. I don’t want to burst her bubble.



  1. Mary Lou says:

    Very very pretty indeed! Oh, and Lucy is beautiful, too!

  2. Your rainbow wrap is look very pretty! I am amazed at the colorwork you can do.

  3. I hope you can keep Lucy calm. Too much excitement might not be good for her.

    Happy Easter to you.

  4. What is your plan for the edging?
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  5. Very cool! How often do you use stitch markers for your patterns. I would love to know what you think of my designs! – Sophie

  6. Simply Gorgeous, absolutely love the rainbow yarn

  7. Stephanie says:

    Very pretty indeed! I haven’t done much with multi colors, but my girls would love the rainbow look. You have piqued my interest!

  8. Wendy, your rainbow wrap is beautiful and I am inspired to do something with a rainbow pattern. I have just begun to incorporate multiple colors in my projects. I love it. Cynthia Carter recently posted Going Beyond

  9. Wow ! Just wonderful colorwork !
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