My current work in progress:

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


Pour Moi Cardigan Completed

I finished the second sleeve on Monday and put this baby together last night.


I used Wollmeise DK in the Stella Polaris colorway and a U.S. size 5 needle.


The pattern is pour moi, by Lori Versaci. If you are interested in knitting this lovely cardi, by the way, Lori is hosting a friendly informal KAL in her Ravelry Group. The KAL “officially” started on September 1, but it is a very easy-going group — there are people who started early, like me, as well as people who are in the planning stages. It’s a great way to get some tips and tricks for the pattern as well as see the pretty yarns everyone else is using for their projects.

This is not a difficult pattern, but it does use short-row shaping to get the nicely curved bottom edge. There is some a-line shaping in the body as well.

I’m looking forward to the weather getting cool enough so I can actually wear mine!

So . . . I have one clue left in the Outlander MKAL and that will not be released until Saturday, so I cast on a new project, using this:

That’s Wollmeise 100% merino fingering weight. You can tell I’ve been hoarding that skein for a while since it has one of the old labels.


The colorway is “Zenzi.” Here it is wound into a ball:


Wait’ll you see what I’m knitting with it!

Loki knows, but he’s not telling. He has a priority nap he has to take!



  1. OK, I don’t comment very often, but that pic of Loki is adorable. He’s adorable. And your knits are always gorgeous and interesting, Wendy.

  2. Beautiful sweater, will look lovely with your hair color šŸ™‚ Love the looks of that cake of yarn, can’t wait to see what it will be.

  3. Your sweater is beautiful, but Loki is even cuter!

  4. Pussy cats and wollmeise, whats not to love. Your cardigan is very fine too.

  5. Alice in Richmond says:

    My very favorite color blue! I love the simplicity and shape of pour moi. Yours is a beautiful thing.

    I love Loki. I want to touch his paws.

  6. Loookiiiii, wake uuuupppp!

    Lovely sweater! I have some Zenzi too, with one sock made. Should finish the other one.

    I haven’t done the Outlander MKAL, but isn’t the series just grand?
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  7. Congratulations on completing your sweater. That will look so good on you in the colder months.

  8. Your new sweater is beautiful! And the yarn for your next project is absolutely delicious. I can’t wait to see what you’re making with it! Lol, Loki always has the best answer for everything. :p

  9. Marylyn Sidle says:

    Would like to have a shot at the new Entrelac book. I’ve tried most everyting except that technique and would like to learn!

  10. Your perfect tension really shines on this cardigan! The drape is beautiful!