- Okay...Rebecca is solely responsible for my presence here <wink>.
Actually, St Brigid has long been on my list of must knits, and
obviously this is The Time. I'll be researching yarns, colors, and
getting inspiration from you all.
I've also long been an Alice Starmore fan. I've knit two of her
sweaters--the Erin and Marina, both fairisle, so it is about time I
did a patterned knit. I adore the asymmetrical cables of St Brigid,
so this is my top pick.
My most recent sweater FO is Janet Szabo's FLAK (and I love it!). I'm
currently working on Jaeger's Lilly sweater in Roma, and of course, I
always have socks a'goin' Currently I'm knitting some for my
SecretPal--they're Judy Sumner's Celtic Socks in Lorna's LAces almost
solids in Cranberry--they're gorgeous.
Looking forward to another fun KAL.
- I'm so glad to join you!
I was lucky enough to discover the book in my local library system, and
my yarn (Jamieson's Shetland Heather, in Cedar) finally arrived
yesterday! Looking online I was also lucky enough to find this KAL.
THEN I was *very* lucky to get an answer from Annie Driscoll (thanks,
Annie!) in the Starmore Ravelry group about a gauge issue while I was
awaiting approval here. I'm off!
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jessica" <j-logan@...> wrote:
> I'm so glad to join you!
So glad to have you. Now you need to inspire me so I actually finish
my sweater! If it would only snow here in South Georgia, maybe I'd get