The panic attack of a seemingly good plan going awry was beginning to wash over me. Ye Gods!
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I have found Jane Ellison's Queensland Collection Book 9 to be one of the few design books I have chosen to purchase. Why? I recommend you clap eyes on this remarkably simple, inspiring and easily modified set of baseline instructions for some of the best looking mens' knitted clothing I have seen in ages.
Oh, yeah...I'm so transparent...the models in these masculine, classic and well designed togs are...shall we say...easy on the eye? But I digress...
After the color explosion of the last sweater, I am going polar opposite this time.
What's your name again? Got a towel?
That saucy, feral, Faire Isle sweater finally getting the treatment it so richly deserved - the trollope - passively lying there, waiting to be violated!
Thanks, guys, for all the kind words. I have to get an image of the sweater on here, soon, lest I be branded as a provocateur or prevaricator...or both!
I've been knitting a Faire Isle sweater in twelve colors...used the wrap, wrap, unwrap technique to avoid all the issues of snagging yarn on the reverse side. Coming along beautifully.