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Wednesday, June 04, 2008

One More Finished Object


As I said over the weekend, I got sleeves sewn into both sweaters before I started Oblique, so today I give you the finished Minimalist Cardi! As soon as I got this all finished up and the ends woven in, the temperature around here shot up to 90 degrees so I haven't been able to wear it yet, but I'm sure I can find someplace around here that's over air conditioned. I really like the way this yarn feels and the way it knits up. I used Shelridge Farm's Wool/Cotton blend. The cotton doesn't dye with the wool so you get little pale speckles in the yarn which does give it a bit of a rustic look, but it also adds personality. Also, I don't know if it really shows up in the photo, but this isn't a true solid, it's a handdyed solid, so while it is overall a single color, there are variations in the shades of the color. Now, if the temp would just drop a little bit...



Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOVELY! Hope it's cooler where you are, it was 107 here yesterday. No sweaters for a while for me.

10:13 AM  
Blogger suska said...

It's cool and rainy in southwestern Ontario -- send it up and I'll break it in for you. Love the Shelridge farms wool/cotton! Love the sweater too. Now the temperatures will soar so I have to wait to make one of my own. ; )

10:34 AM  
Blogger Ronni said...

That's lovely yarn. And a lovely cardigan. It's only cardigan weather for about 10 minutes first thing in the morning now here but next fall...

12:22 PM  
Blogger Ann said...

It's gorgeous & as usual you have done a great job. It will be nice & warm here as it's winter.

7:40 PM  
Anonymous Deb said...

This is really pretty. So great to see the finished product. I think you're going to love it.

9:19 AM  

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