I've now moved immediately to knee socks with unmistakably Norwegian patterning. The weather has changed, you see, and it's time to knit knee socks and warm stranded cardigans.
The Forest Path Stole was a great knit, exactly what I'd hoped it would be since I saw it many years ago for the first time. The hardest part honestly is setting up all the entrelac in seed stitch. If you have ever heard tales of woe related to garterlac, you can imagine this; only this is with lace weight yarn, not the worsted cottons most garterlac projects seem to use. Also, you're setting up edges which immediately get abandoned to be finished at the end of the project. Once you move to the lace and get yourself situated as it were, each lace motif is only a single 20 or 21 stitch by 40 row piece, entire in itself with no horizontal repeats to manage.DNA determination between Viking and Celtic/Pictish ancestry in the British Isles and another on the life of Snorri Sturluson of Iceland, I think I need to knit a Dragonboat cardigan after the socks.