It's not often I get to play on words with the name of my hometown, so I'll take what I can get!
If you recall the Leeks Camel/Tussah/Merino that I spun as part of last year's Tour de Fleece, you'll understand why this yarn looks so familiar. This is Miriam Felton's Juno Regina wrap, in 564 yards of camelid blend goodness. I was turned on to this pattern several years ago by Tika of Largely Unrepeatable, and its been languishing in my queue every since! I can highly recommend the pattern as travel knitting. The edges are complicated enough to be distracting during a 7 hour flight, while the middle bits are great for waiting in lines, riding in taxis, or even relaxing by the pool (as seen below).
As a side note, this is my first lace project of the year. 10 shawls really wiped me out last year!
And, of course, my traditional 'stuck to a tree' picture. I'm not sure where I'll photograph my shawls when we move out of this place.