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Monday, September 11, 2017

Battle of the Bands

Bentley cardigan 
I decided to go ahead and get the neck and front bands finished before moving on to the sleeves.  I've finished the neck band and the left front band (the one that will get the buttons sewn to it), and I'm almost finished with the right front band.  If you look carefully you can see the buttonholes!  Everything needs a good blocking (the front bands are actually the same size, or should be - they have the same number of stitches), but that will wait until the end.

I'm really enjoying knitting this cardigan and while part of this is the yarn (I'm definitely going to be using BMFA Cloud Nine again), part of it is the pattern.  It's very well designed and very well written.  I'm almost tempted to knit another one of these as soon as I finish this first Bentley Cardigan!



Blogger Dianne Ross said...

Lovely 😊

4:34 PM  

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