Yarn-along today. This is my September shawl in the 12-shawls-in-2012 challenge. It's the EZ 100th Anniversary Camping Half-Circle shawl, and it's a free pattern in honor of the late Elizabeth Zimmerman. It's not really called EZ because it's easy, or anything! I'm using my handspun Wensleydale light fingering/ wannabe laceweight, and right now it looks like nothing great. Maybe it will be pretty when blocked. That's the thing with lace knitting, it's a leap of faith that you didn't make a mistake and that it will be gorgeous when blocked. I'm in the "willow leaves" next-to-last repeat and the rows are more than 300 stitches long right now, but still haven't used up my first ball of yarn. I have lots and lots of willow leaves to go.
I'm trying to finish up Martin the Warrior, the second book (if you count them chronologically) in the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. I reviewed the first, Lord Brocktree, a few months ago. Quarta and Daniel and I were doing the great Redwall race, but Quarta has finally kicked in and during the last weeks of summer vacation, she sped through several books and is now all the way up to Rakkety Tam. Maybe I can review Martin in a few days. I think Daniel has forfeited by going off to college, but it's mission accomplished in getting Quarta hooked!
No WIP Wednesday today because the start of school has meant no time or energy for quilting for awhile, but I did photograph the shawl on the Chinese Lanterns quilt on my bed.