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Tuesday, September 01, 2015


Last night I finished knitting the second sleeve of my Seashore pullover!  I had to make 3/4 length sleeves because I didn’t have quite enough pink yarn to make full length sleeves, according to the scale.  I like 3/4 length sleeves though and they’re really useful in our climate here in north Texas.  I’ve obviously got plenty of ends to weave in over the next few days, two buttons to sew on, and a major blocking job, but the knitting is finished!

I should probably get this sweater completely finished before I cast on for the next one, shouldn’t I?  I’m not sure if I will or not though...



Blogger Kong Sing Lee said...

Dear Melanie

I am interested to purchase your beautiful pattern of the hanami stole. However, i have not been able to purchase it on either ravelry or on your blog. When I click on the purchase link, it just brings me to the other of your website, toggling back and forth as i tried to get it to work.

Could you send me a link to enable the purchase please?

Siew Meng

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is a lovely pullover. Just wear it!

I once knitted a pullover with Fair Isle style bands of patterning around. I was knitted in pieces. I sewed it together and don't think I ever sewed in all the ends.

Since then I've learned to knit in ends as I go. It makes life so much easier, particularly when there are potentially one heck of a lot of ends!

11:58 AM  

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