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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Rocky Coast Cardigan

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This is turning out to be a really fast knit!  I've finished the body (minus the front bands) of my Rocky Coast Cardigan.  I think I'll go ahead and do the front bands next, before the sleeves, so when I try it on to check sleeve length, it will hang right, which is always helpful.  I can't believe how fast this is working up.  I mean I  know it's very similar to the Featherweight cardigan (just in a different gauge obviously), and those knit up quickly, but this is just flying off the needles.  (Just in case you're curious why the ribbing looks a little wonky, this yarn was frogged from another sweater and I never washed it, so it's still doing the ramen noodle thing.  I'll wash the whole sweater when it's done and the yarn will settle down and bloom and soften then.)

Logan thanks everyone for the Happy Birthday comments.  I read them to him this morning and he wagged his appreciation (or he was wagging for bacon from his Daddy, it's hard to tell).

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Anonymous Geri said...

This pattern is in my queue and watching yours unfold is definitely urging me to move this up on the list. Loveit!

8:19 AM  
Blogger Nicole said...

It's looking lovely! I'm going to have to add this one to my queue...

6:40 PM  

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