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Monday, May 20, 2013

Moving Forward With The Back

I've made it to the division between the fronts and back, and the pattern has you knit the back first, so that's what I'm doing.  The back is bigger than the fronts (although if you added the two fronts together, it would be the same size as the back, but that's not how my mind works), so (in my mind), I'm finishing the biggest part first.  The sleeves are knit top down with short row sleeve caps, so I have to finish the body of the cardigan before I can start those.

At some point (and it's looking like sooner rather than later), I need to find a button for this.  There's a single button at the neck, so it needs to be the perfect button.  It's the only decoration on a sea of stockinette, and while I don't want it to be too flashy, big, or just take over, I don't want it to get lost either.  I'm looking for the Goldilocks of buttons - just right.

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Anonymous Carie said...

How about a pewter button? You could get one with swirly detail without it competing with the gorgeous handspun.

11:16 AM  
Blogger PogKnits said...

Melissa Jean Buttons are really lovely. She has lots of unique types.

5:42 PM  

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