I've been reading up on them, but there are a couple of things that aren't clear to me. I've read references to "windows" and "thumb prints" on the wings that are to be avoided/bred out, but I can't find a good definition or photo of what those look like. Does my lacewing hen have them?
Also, I am considering breeding her to a nice grey cock and then her son to another lacewing hen, as I read that crossing with a grey can help eliminate color suffusion in lacewings (and ino). Any thoughts?
Lacewing is cinnamon ino due to total masking of ino over dark factor and grey, grey normal or opaline are used to eliminate suffusion in abino and blue series lacewing (repeated breading with grey will make the white dull)
Lacewing breeding can be started with at least one male or with two females
I like your breeding plan just make sure you got another female