It's lovely Becky! You should be darned proud!! I *might* be able to do the knitting up part, but the finishing up part ... well ... probably not. I still have a really pretty tee I knitted years ago that I never did the finish work on. I am lousy at seaming!Very classy!
Oh Becky -- that is a beautiful sweater and the fit is just perfect (as well as the color, style, etc. etc.) You certainly can knit up one fine looking garment.
Nice! I'm in agreement with the lady, it's a lovely sweater.
This sweater really is gorgeous - I am in awe!
Oh so pretty! Love it! -Your Favorite Daughter
The sweater looks great on you!
This cardigan is lovely - and fits you perfectly. I hope it was fun to knit... and isn't it just great when you get comments from people about things you have made!
Oh, you should be proud! It's beautiful! Looks so perfect, it doesn't seem to have needed blocking. :) But I know that only makes it better!
Lynne - NO seams. None. Zero. Only finishing was sewing on the buttons.Snowcatcher - I did have to block it, but I have a handy dandy steamer that I still thank my lucky stars for. And a dry climate that makes short shift of that task!Thanks, everyone else, for all your kind words!
It is lovely. You do fine work..and the color is just right!
It looks even better in person, with a very nice drape! Great seeing you on Sunday at spinning.
What do you mean "no seams?" Knit as one piece???Wha??????whatever; it's gorgeous!
You have mad February Lady skilz! I just wish I had supplied the buttons so I could claim partial credit!
Le chandail est beau. Vous êtes très talentueux au tricot! Je ne peux pas attendre pour voir votre prochain projet. BOOYAH!
Well done O crafty-one.
wow, impressive that you have a french speaking reader!I looked at the "recipe" and found some things kind of ambiguous to a somewhat novice knitter. Something about "spacing your yarn overs equally amongst some 1oo+ stitches. Right about then my eyes crossed over...SighI guess I'll just have to worship yours from afar.
Looks amazing friend!! GREAT job!
Great job, love it in the silky wool.
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