My current work in progress:

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


Oops I Knit It Again

And again . . .

And again . . .

The first one is knit with Shetland jumperweight leftovers from my Raga Fair Isle. The second one is knit from some KnitPicks fingering weight wool. The third one is knit from Wee County Yarns miniskeins: a total of 12 colors! The first clock shown is from a chart included with the pattern and the next two are my own designs.

Again, this is Stephanie Earp’s wonderful pattern: Yoke O’Clock.

I confess that I’m finishing up yet another clock this morning, this one knit from two shades of Koigu KPPPM. Stay tuned . . .

Loki is waiting for this current obsession to fade.


  1. I agree, the Yoke O’Clock pattern is wonderful. My knitted clock has been on the wall for a couple of years, and still gets the attention of cat NinaGarcia- the sweep of the second hand passing over wool is irresistible to her.

  2. Loki is funny!

  3. So lovely!

  4. Cathy Chesnut says:

    I love your clocks. Are you planning to publish your clock patterns? Really want to buy your pattern but if you aren’t planning to sell them, I will add Yoke O’clock to my project list.

    Where are you getting your clock works?

  5. The clocks are pretty, but I question their functionality. Seems to me that the hands are hard to see.

  6. I’m in love with your clocks!

  7. JoAnn B Shupe says:

    I think your own thistles pattern is the best one. Just terrific!

  8. Where are you finding your clock mechanisms?

  9. I love the thistles! Loki was so cute when he was studying the first clock.