My current work in progress:

Roscalie Cardigan by Alice Starmore, knit from Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift¬† on a US 3 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 […]

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Autumn of Fair Isle

My Autumn of Fair Isle continues . . . This is the Roscalie Cardigan from Alice Starmore’s In the Hebrides. I’m knitting mine from Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift. It on ly has five colors in total and is a very traditional-looking fair isle. I like that no two of the main peerie patterns are the same. […]

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Marina Cardi

I finished this on Thursday: This is, of course, Marina, designed by Alice Starmore and knit from a kit from VirtualYarns. Now I have packed it away, and hopefully someday I can go out of my condo again and actually wear it! I enjoyed every minute of the knitting of this and discovered a new-to-me […]

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Q & A

There were a number of questions in the comments on my last blog post. So here we go! Do you by chance have the color numbers in the Jamieson & Smith version? In the original The Scottish Collection, there colors were listed by name, not number. But there is a conversion chart on the Knitting […]

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Nineteen

Why nineteen? That’s the number of colors in my new project: This is the Marina Cardigan, designed by Alice Starmore, purchased as a kit from Virtual Yarns. Long-time blog readers may recall that I knit the Marina pullover years ago. How many years was it? Fifteen? At least fifteen, and knit from Jamieson & Smith […]

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