I finally finished Miss Chatelaine. I took her with me down to Florida over Christmas when we went to visit family, and basically spent two days knitting. I don't think that I have ever spent that much time just knitting lace. I almost finished her too, but ran out of yarn with one repeat of the edging to go. And the reason that I ran out of yarns is that I modified the pattern. The pattern called for knitting both of the edges, repeating the edging pattern 3 times, and then picking up stitches on one of the edging pieces, and grafting the other edging to the body to finish. There were a number of things about this construction that I didn't like. 1) The pickup stitch count did not evenly go into the number of rows on the edging. 2) Grafting with lace is not my favorite past time. So, I made some modifications. First, I did 4 repeats of the edging, this allowed me to pick up every other row for the body, provided I increased the garter stitch edges on the body from 2 stitches to 4 stitches. When I got to the other edge, all I had to do was knit the edging on to the body. I knew that I would be very close on yarn, and I almost made it. I made an appeal on the Year of Lace forum on Ravelry, and one of the group members came to my rescue.