So, first up, my favourite in the last week is from Andrea who blogs at Let Me Knit. Andrea and her husband swtiched hemispheres and moved to Scotland a little while back. She says her Snowdrop Shawl (by the Yarn Harlot) helped her make the transition.
Isn't it stunning? She took the photo at a monastary. See her blog for the full write up including photos of the shawl draped eerily over gravestones.
Melissa at Wooly Jumper made a Seascape Stole in Silk Georgette. It's so beautiful. I imagine it's amazingly soft and warm.
Alwen at Lost Arts Studio is making a blanket weight doily pattern. Post-hemlock ring blanket, I'm awfully fond of these and plan to make another one between now and Christmas. Alwen's is knitting up beautifully.
And finally, RoseRed who featured with a beautiful finished lace piece last time, gets another look in because she produced this stunning reversible lace scarf just in time for a friend's birthday. Also, it's her birthday today so go wish her happy birthday if you feel inclined!
People are doing such great stuff. At this rate, we're in for a fabulously long, lacy summer. More than a few people have picked up on the lacy/lazy wordplay which amuses me greatly but really, what's lazy about hours, days, weeks of lace knitting? Not much at all, I reckon.
Now, where's my Adamas shawl. Oh yeah, that's right, buried under mountains of Christmas knitting. Sigh.