Mom's working hers in Malabrigo Sock in one of the purple/blue colorways. I'm doing mine in handspun from one of my own Corriedale sheep named "Wiggly". I may have to spin some more, since the yarn I'm using is a bit heavier weight than recommended. I wanted a wrap with some warmth to it. I've got a full fleece of another Corriedale named "Sierra" that is the same color. I'm stalled out at the beginning of the row of bobbles. I don't like to work bobbles, even though they are a very nice accent on this particular shawlette. I did a swatch of the lace and did the first bobble in the purist way with my knitting needles, decided that it was a sure road to madness and picked up a crochet hook to finish the swatch. Since then, more pondering, and I am going to use a cable needle to make it easier still to draw the working yarn through the seven strands on these bobbles.
I also worked on my March Stashdown. Got the batts carded and the green one is spun, plied and washed. I'll put up pictures of that for next time.