My current work in progress:

Stornoway, designed by Alice Starmore from her book Fishermen’s Sweaters, knit in Frangipani 5-ply guernsey wool in the Aran colorway, on a 3.0mm needle.

Roscalie Continued

Since my last post, I have finished the body of Roscalie.

As you can see from the photo, I’ve also done the frontbands and neckband and facings. Since I took the above photo I put buttons on.

And I’ve started a sleeve.

In other news, Loki’s sheepskin rug was wearing out so I got him a new one. Do you think he likes it?

Comments

  1. Loki’s expression is precious! Love the buttons by the way

  2. Susanne Scheurwater says:

    If it wasn’t for his little dark nose and turned up paws, you would lose him in the rug! Your sweater (as usual) is gorgeous! looking forward to what is next in the year of colour work!

  3. Lovely!

    Loki is as floofy as the sheepskin, and vice-versa

  4. Beautiful work on the sweater, as usual. Even the back, seen through the neckline, looks fabulous.

    Loki could easily get lost in the sheepskin.

  5. poodletail says:

    I’ve always loved Roscalie and yours is spectacular, Wendy.
    Where’s your favorite place to buy Loki’s sheepy bed? I think Caspar needs one.

  6. It is so beautiful!

  7. Mary Lou Keenan says:

    Stunning!

  8. Erica Boivin says:

    I love the floofiness of Loki and the sheepskin rug! Such a wonderful combination! Always fun to see what you’re knitting! Thank you for sharing.

  9. kelly andersen says:

    I bought a fleece for my weaving bench. Makes winter so much nicer….. For ages the cat wouldn’t go near it, much less touch it. Also wouldn’t turn her back on it. One day she forgot herself and got close to it. Long story short…I’ll be buying a second one for myself.

  10. Beautiful work!