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Tuesday, September 13, 2005


Its time to go back into my knitting history. I thought I'd do all my cabled things before moving on to something else. This is Cafe Bastille Cables from Interweave Knits. Its in a Fall issue, 2003 I think. Also in this issue is the DNA scarf, which was my first adventure in cables. I don't have a picture because I gave it to my dad though. The sweater is on the cover if that helps. I made this from Lamb's Pride Bulky in Blue Blood Red - gross color name, great color. I just love this sweater. I really enjoy knitting cables and with a yarn this bulky it's a really fast knit too. Of course this also means that I can wear this sweater on any Arctic expedition and not need to wear a hat. Its always important to have clothing ready for Arctic expeditions, you never know when National Geographic will recognize your photographic excellence (Virginia Carpet Dolphins anyone?). One more cabled adventure tomorrow, then who knows?


Blogger Kali said...

Beautiful Sweater Melanie! I love the color even if it is a gross name :) I am working myself up to start something with cables as I love the look of them.

8:25 AM  
Blogger Jennifa said...

I love the center cable...I love the look of celtic like cables. Very nice sweater!

12:14 PM  
Anonymous Robbyn said...

Oh boy - that's one gorgeous sweater. I know I have that issue of IK; I'm going to have to go back and check that one out :)

2:31 PM  
Anonymous Linda said...

Ooh, thats a great sweater. I love the color and the cables. Cables are such fun to knit aren't they?

6:39 PM  
Blogger Micky said...

Lovely cabling.

5:38 PM  
Blogger luvs2knit said...

The sweater looks great especially in that red. Sassy : )!!

8:02 PM  
Anonymous Amy said...

Spectacular! I've been working up to knitting this pattern for a while. I'm going to start it tonight in Cascade 128 Tweed in charcoal. It'll be the first sweater for my husband (married last month). Any pointers?

5:18 PM  

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