It’s fast becoming my favorite comfy sweater. Snow started falling shortly after this picture was taken. I stayed warm and comfortable all day long even when venturing outside.
Redoing the sleeves was a wise decision.
It hasn’t been blocked. Not sure that it really needs to be but I will do it before handing it off to Jean.
Wow! It looks great and is rather flattering. Will you use her formula again? I will, with a few adjustments to the shoulder measurements.
I had the same issue with my sleeves but am too lazy to redo them!
Thank you so much for showing us your sweater! It’s wonderful!
I had been looking at sweater patterns for holiday travel knitting with cables, but your design made me re-consider.
One of those nice basic sweaters that prove so useful but that we never knit until forced to by some circumstance. Redpoing the sleeves turned out very nicely.
It does look like a nice, comfy, well-fitting sweater. I like the color as it appears on my monitor – a nice shade of green. Well done (again).
It looks great in both color and fit. I redid the sleeves on mine as well, they were too narrow – I had miscalculated the decreases the first time. I have also been wearing mine – trying not to spill stuff on it before January (G).
I used the same formula to make a child’s and a doll’s sweater. I will use this again for a fast sweater which I don’t have to draft.
Wow! What a success! It looks great on. I didn’t re-do mine, but after washing and blocking it made an amazing transformation. I guess I’ve changed my mind and will probably use the calcs again. Congratulations on being published in the next Spin Off! I need an autographed copy!
Shiori, this formula seems to work for me so I probably will use it again.
the sweater is beautiful and looks great on you!
Wonderful, love the color. You look great in it as well.