I dawdled over the weekend, procrastinated by looking up how to sew invisible seams, what type of seam to use where... I had to finish off today. I know that most of my issues with knitting this cardigan stem from using variegated yarn, but I think those issues were worth sorting out. For the record, the pattern comes from The Family Knitting Book by James Norburg and the yarn is Elle 4 ply sock wool, 80% wool, 20% nylon. It's going into storage now until I enter it into a competition early next year.
This looks amazing, Jane! I particularly like the way the colours suggest a square yoke. Very, very pretty.ReplyDelete
That is an awesome sweater!!! :)ReplyDelete
It definitely was Worth The Effort - look how perfectly the variegations line up! - So you were right, if very brave, to make a steek. A bit sad that you can't wear and enjoy it, but that will be a pleasure deferred until after the competition.ReplyDelete
Truly stunning cardigan you have completed. Good Luck in the competition dear...ReplyDelete
Wow, it looks lovely, congrats on finishing a show winner for sure.ReplyDelete
Tada !!! The pattern looks really beautiful - almost like a scarf draped down .ReplyDelete
Now to concentrate on embroidery - the last of your entries ? Alongside spinning, too, and .... ?
I know, I need several selves to explore all the possibilities!Delete
Oh my! It's gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I would have a hard time putting it away. I would have to wear it!ReplyDelete
Brilliant result and this is a winner for sure.ReplyDelete
Such a lot of work and a wonderful cardigan it must be a winner-ReplyDelete
The front panel of your cardigan is beautiful, I am sure that it will do well for you in the competition!ReplyDelete