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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Forest Featherweight - Edging!

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I've gotten to the point where I needed to begin my edging on the Forest Featherweight Cardi. I decided to use Seed Stitch for the lower edging and the neckband on this green one. The texture isn't very obvious on this laceweight yarn, but it will give it a nice, non rolling edge. I can't believe I've gotten this far on this. I thought it would take longer to knit a sweater out of laceweight yarn. I've still got sleeves to go, but it looks like I'll be starting them fairly soon.

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I've tried it on a couple of times just to make sure things were looking right and it feels SO GOOD! It's a lightweight sweater, but I think it will still be warm. It might be the perfect weight for Fall in Texas.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Meaghan said...

Beautiful. I have just started my featherweight in a slightly thicker sock yarn. You have given me hope that this won't take a year and a day to do :)

8:41 AM  
Blogger Claire said...

Fantastic Featherweight - I wear mine all the time, and it is warm enough to keep the chills off.

2:43 PM  

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