My current work in progress:

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


It’s a Wrap

Just a quickie today . . .

First of all, the winner of a copy of A Head For Trouble: What To Knit While Catching Crooks, Chasing Clues, and Solving Murders (20 Hats and Adornments Inspired by Lady Detectives of the Roaring Twenties) by Julie Turjoman is Theresa, who has been notified via email. Thansk to everyone who left a comment.

Next, my Ashburn wrap is done!


Just a couple of quick pics.


I do need to take a photo of it spread out flat, but a certain little furry somone is too interested in the process right now . . .


“Who me?”


  1. Wendy, I hope you do post a photo of it laid out flat. It looks gorgeous. I’ve always liked your colour choices; this one as well.

  2. Beautiful, both the shawl and Loki!

  3. Wow, I really love the wrap! Beautiful pattern and yarns and knitting 🙂

  4. Both the wrap and the fur baby are beautifully arrayed!
    Barbara Seiver´s last blog post ..A magnificent cat

  5. Your Ashburn wrap is lovely. I am looking forward to seeing a photo of it all layed out. Loki looks beautiful as always!

  6. Fuego Azul says:

    Wonderful job!! How do you knit so fast?

  7. Gretcheng says:

    Oh, this is really nice! Love the colors and the pattern. You’re going to be super warm this winter. I think I need some wraps…

  8. Yeesh, look at the coat on that cat. What are you feeding him? Every photo, his coat seems thicker. Nice wrap, too, btw.

  9. Helena Dias says:

    Very pretty.

  10. That cat… Wow! The wrap is lovely – simple and elegant.
    Alina´s last blog post ..Textured Jacket.Wearing.

  11. Your Ashburn wrap is BEAUTIFUL.

  12. I love wraps right now, its not cold enough for a jacket but cool enough for a wrap. This looks stunning 🙂
    Tanya´s last blog post ..Top Tips to Securing the Right Employee

  13. I do love the diversity of this wrap…