Juno Regina

Juno ReginaJuno Regina
Actual knitting content! It’s been a while. I fell in love with Juno Regina when it first came out in 2007 but never felt inspired enough to give lace a real go. The Morris Empire 2ply kept calling to me though, so I finally cast on at Knitting Camp. I will be the first to admit that I was quite the sight, hunched over my lace and growling at anyone who dared interrupt me while laboriously counting yarnovers under my breath. Those first twenty rows were a trial, people. Eventually I got the hang of it though, and the diamond pattern started to emerge. Chart 3 threw me for a loop, but fortunately I found a Ravelry discussion that cleared it up. The end portion is now finished and I’m powering through the body of the scarf. I don’t even know who it’s for! I like it, but I’m not sure I’ll wear it. I’m thinking maybe a gift for my Mom or my sister…

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  1. Yay for Lace!!!

    Looks good, Kris! I’ve been eyeing off the Juno Regina pattern myself, for a while, but just haven’t found the right yarn for the job as yet.. maybe some handspun?

  2. It is a gorgeous pattern and I love the colour you’ve chosen (but of course!!)

  3. I’ll fight ya’ for it, ma! Looks like it’d be perfectly light for California springs and falls… 🙂

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