My current work in progress:

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


More FOs

I’ve finished a few things since last Sunday.

First up:

This is the project I showed the const-on for last Sunday. This is Chezzetcook Inlet by Natasha Daurie, another design from Kate Davies’ book Milarrochy Heids.

I also whipped out this:

Cover Your Plans by Martina Behm, a knitting cover for my knitting planner, from a fingering weight wool that I’ve lost the label for.

And these:

Plain toe-up socks, knit from Opal Reiselust 6-ply in the Laos colorway.

And today I finished this:

The Forest Tam by Marie Wallin, knit from her own British Breeds yarn.

That’s it!


  1. Beautiful knits! You inspire me, wish I knitted half as fast as you do!

  2. Beautiful knits; Marie Wallin’s yarns are stunning and make the hat perfect!
    Could I ask what heel you used on the socks you knit?
    ( I can see from the stripes that you didn’t use the ‘typical’ short row heel!)

  3. I was wondering about the heel, too?
    The Forest Tam is gorgeous!

  4. Wow! What a stack of lovelie!

    Happy New Year to all at Chez Wendy Knits! Knit on!

  5. I LOVE that first hat! I’d promised myself I wasn’t going to buy any more knitting books/patterns until I knit the ones I already have but…. I may have to break my promise and grab a copy of that book. I also love the colors in your knitting planner cover.

    Happy New Year!

  6. That’s a very productive finish to the year. Gorgeous knitting, as ever.

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  8. Soxy Jane says:

    That’s a lot of lovely knitting. No wonder Loki is so tired!

  9. Love the book cover

  10. Beautiful and inspiring knitting, as always!
    Love to you and Loki in the New Year….xox