My current work in progress:

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


Crazed Scandinavian Cowl

My Crazed Scandinavian Cowl is coming along nicely:


At this point I have over one-third of it knit. It’s so much fun to knit because, as I mentioned in my last blog post, no two panels of motifs are the same. Having something new to knit for each panel doubles the fun!

Want to know more about my colorwork process? Jaala of KnitCircus and I did a mini-interview, which is posted on the KnitCircus blog today. Go read it and learn my dark secret!

In other news, Loki is still adorable.



  1. Denise Wessman says:

    Can’t wait to read it. Looooove that cowl. Loki needs his chin rubbed. Thanks.

  2. Midnite Baker says:

    Your BIG Dark Secret is a really cool idea. Like your cowl. M

  3. Hadn’t thought of that font but will now. Thanks for the hints.

  4. Gorgeous! Looks like a fun project.


  5. Love the cowl so far, can’t wait to see it finished! I love the way such different patterns can come together to make something beautiful.

  6. Beautiful cowl! Great interview! And I love the Maple Leaf cowl… just in time for fall!!! Must try it! (Ear rubs to that adorable Loki) =^•^=

  7. That Loki is still cute is not really news.

    New name – Sampler Cowl? Reminds me of early American cross-stitch samplers I’ve seen.

    Though Crazed is still good.

  8. That looks like such fun to knit – never boring. When will the pattern be available?

  9. Astroknot says:

    Please more pictures of Loki’s epic toe fluff, if you can 😉

  10. Yes, Loki certainly is adorable! I don’t know which I enjoy more; reading about and seeing your knitting or the photos of Loki.