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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

A New Cardigan

Since I finished Color Affection, I decided to start a new cardigan.  I felt like I needed another project while I work on my June Knit Something of the Month and crochet my Neat Ripple.  I didn't feel like making hexipuffs (I need to get some more stuffing for the puff bucket), so I decided to make a cardigan.  Since I have a few weeks before Camp Loopy Project 2 starts, I wanted something fast that wouldn't require too much thought and I wanted it in larger yarn so I could get it done quickly.

This is the Rocky Coast Cardigan by Hannah Fettig.  It's very similar in construction to the Featherweight Cardigan she designed, only with a textured stitch pattern and in a much heavier gauge.  Since I've made three Featherweights, I figured this should go pretty quickly.  It is!  I'm using Peace Fleece Worsted in the Sam-Kat pink (really a burgundy red).  This is the yarn that I reclaimed when I frogged my October Frost cardigan.  It's working perfectly to gauge and I think this style will be much more wearable for me.



Blogger Cindy said...

I am anxious to see yours finished, I want to make one, too.

9:35 AM  

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