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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Keep on Knitting, Keep on Knitting...


OH NO! Not more of the neverending wrap cardi from Vogue Holiday 2006 that looks simple but is amazingly fiddly for the fronts! Well, yes, but look - it's the RIGHT front, not the left front!

Yipppeeee! I've finished the left front and the shoulder is joined to the back (3 needle bind off) and the front band is sitting on a holder so I can Kitchener Stitch it to the right front, front band at the center back neck - did you get all that? Now I just have to keep on knitting on the right front, then I can do sleeves. Sleeves, glorious sleeves! Everyone, sing along with me!

OK, you don't have to. I'm just really excited to be done with one of the fronts. As you can tell.



Anonymous Susan said...

Wow! I dug out that pattern when you first wrote about it and I have been thinking about starting it but now you're scaring me. I'm not a very experienced knitter, do you think its difficult or just fussy because of the 2 gauge fronts? I can't wait to see yours finished. (I live in Sterling and this cold snap has me obsessing about sweaters!)

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