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Friday, March 30, 2007

Vine Lace Cardigan

Last night I finished the fronts and back of the Vine Lace Cardigan. It desperately needs blocking and that will be the next thing it does. It's smoothed out a bit on the carpet in this picture so you can kind of see the shape, but as soon as I pick it up it bounces into a tiny little vest shaped thing. It weighs next to nothing so just for fun I put it on my scale and sure enough, what you see above is exactly 3 ounces. I have no idea how this is possible, but I'm sure it will be wonderful to wear all summer. Next up are the sleeves and I think I'm going to knit them flat so I can knit them both at once and get this all finished up. I will be putting in lifelines before I start the sleeve cap shaping in case I have to frog the sleeve caps for a better fit, but otherwise I don't anticipate any trouble.

Have a great weekend!

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5 Comments:

Blogger sopranospinner said...

Don't forget you can knit them both at the same time in the round (if you prefer) on two circular needles!

9:45 AM  
Blogger Bridget said...

So pretty! I can't wait to see the finished product.

1:22 PM  
Anonymous Lynn said...

I would suggest using the Magic Loop method if you have (or want to acquire) a needle long enough. I hate seaming, so that is my method of choice. You can also pick up the stitches at the armhole and knit both sleeves down in the round too.

Whatever method you choose, I am sure it will be gorgeous.

3:43 PM  
Blogger Sherie said...

Looking good! Can't wait to see it blocked out. :)

3:57 PM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

Just Dainty!!!!

4:44 PM  

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