Jacqui came back from holiday last week, with a stunning new FO to show for the extra knitting time. It's on display in the shop, and we thought you might like a look. It's Gudrun Johnston's Halligarth, from Wool People 7, and available to download from Ravelry. We're enormous fans of Gudrun's - she gave us a fantastic workshop last year, and we've knitted many of her patterns (Aestlight and Flukra, just to name two). Halligarth is knitted entirely in one piece, beginning with a single stitch at the apex of the triangle. This grows into the most beautiful leaf pattern, so it's named for a woodland on Unst, the largest of the Shetland islands. When the body's completed, you work the knitted-on border, and finally there's a garter stitch band along the top edge. As for the yarn, Jacqui chose Mirasol Sulka Legato, which comes in a range of lovely muted colours. There's two sizes, and Jacqui knitted the large. It came out deliciously huge - she says that next time, she'll knit the medium (she's definitely making another). The large just squeaked into a fourth skein of the yarn, so three would be plenty for the medium. You can read a Wool People interview with Gudrun Johnston about Halligarth at this link. What's more, if you're thinking about joining in our HapKAL, her Hansel is one of the nicest hap patterns around - Lisa's lovely blue and cream FO can attest to that!