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Thursday, August 22, 2013

One Down! One To Go!

I finished the first sleeve and started the second one yesterday.  Except for the end you see hanging out the finished sleeve, the other ends are all woven in already!  It wasn't any great finishing impulse on my part, I realized that having all the ends loose on the stripes meant the stripes were hanging loose, which would make the sleeve seem longer than it was.  Since I don't want sleeves that are too short, I needed to weave in the ends before trying it on.

On this second sleeve, I'm knitting to a certain number of rounds, not trying it on as I go to double check things, so the ends can wait until the end!  That's the one downside to adding all these stripes - weaving in the ends!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Max looks like he's saying "You can't wear that - it's Mommie's!"

8:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very nice and so perfectly balanced! Appropriately, my two words to prove I'm not a robot include the number "220," which of course brings Cascade wool to mind!

9:30 PM  
Blogger Robin said...

I love this sweater. I am not a person to wear pullovers but seeing this one may cause me to change my mind! It is a great sweater.

4:54 AM  
Blogger Sheri said...

What a beautiful color combination and use of stripes. Nice!

5:06 PM  

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