isn't it a terrible picture? i finished the craft sweater for a month now and still haven't got a decent picture of it to show you. i wear it nearly daily, flaws and all.
after craft i started another saddle shoulder sweater.
noro kureyon 95
i'm aiming to give it away as a birthday present in june. wool in summer, it ought to make for a memorable present.
other than that, i haven't had much success with knitting. i started on three different socks and promptly gave up on two of them.
next up i'm going to attempt knitting the zimmermann fair isle yoke sweater. i've got all the numbers worked out and ready to go but i'm afraid to cast on. i hope to get it started this week. wish me luck.
Good luck!!! : ) Love the Noro colorway, very pretty!
» from Kuky
Hey the craft sweater came out looking really good!
» from Stephanie
I see no flaws! That Craft sweater looks fabulous! Lol - Wool in June :) Memorable, indeed, but only because it's such a stunning sweater! Luck with the Fair Isle - I am loving fair isle and I think I'll have to stop with the hats and do something bigger...I'm itchin to try steeking.
» from tn
nice work lady. the craft sweater looks great! when are you going to teach me how to will yarn into sweaters?
» from Eva
It looks fab! Great job :)
» from Donny
I loved making the Zimmerman yoke sweater - words of advice: I wouldnt start my fair isle pattern til after the second round of yoke decreases, otherwise the pattern ends up starting around mid-chest. Also - the short rows in the neck ribbing are kind of funky - id make my short rows in the body of the sweater and then do the neck ribbing as usual. Have fun! It was my favorite Zimmermans sweater to knit!