Monday, April 07, 2008

Stork's Nest


This Estonian lace pattern by Nancy Bush from Piecework seems right for spring knitting. It's a lightweight scarf made with Plymouth's Alpaca and Silk that I purchased from Sue at RI Handspun a couple of weeks ago. The color is a very muted purple; the picture is not an accurate portrayal of the color.

I now have three lace projects on the needles....MS3, a feather and fan shawl from and older Piecework Magazine and The Stork.

On another front........I had a short piece of knitting related writing published at Yarn Market E-Update. Be sure to scroll down to The View from the Blogosphere.

8 comments:

bySarah said...

LOVE that purple!
Congrats on your piece, I just had a bunch of fun looking at all the shawl links, even if I dont knit 'em.

Sharon said...

I'm enjoying lace knitting, vicariously. Congratulations on your piece!

sloth-knits said...

Hey, nicely done!

I seem to be accumulating some lace in progress myself...

Beth S. said...

There is no such thing as too much lace-in-progress, so no worries. ;-)

I'll be sure to check out your piece. Very exciting, all these new steps you've been taking lately! :-)

Now and Then said...

Rowan seems to like the Feather and Fan pattern. The pattern they gave me with my Kidsilk Haze was F&F for a narrow scarf.

vanessa said...

cool view!

Laurie said...

That's a beautiful colorway.

Kim said...

I really love the plum color you are working with!

Congratulations on your published piece!