Sweater for Kathleen

Thunderhorse54's picture

Finally have it done. It's worsted weight, but I'm not sure of the fiber content. The yarn was given to me rolled in balls. Feels like Acrylic. Sweated it out towards the end, I wasn't sure there'd be enough yarn. I found an error in the pattern for the shawl collar. I had to pick out the bind off, and make it longer, as it didn't fit the lapel. But...I'm done, and on with another sweater. FOR ME!!!!!


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CLABBERS's picture

Well done Terry!
It looks cozy and warm. You did an excellent job!


Thunderhorse54's picture

Thanks Mark, I need all the encouragement I can get. I'm my own worse critic. Hahaha!

JRob's picture

Nice job Terry. JRob

Thunderhorse54's picture

Thank you very much! That's quit a compliment coming from you.

Tom Hart's picture

Wow, awesome job! Inspiring work. Pockets, button-holes, shawl collar: all skills I hope to learn one day. The cables and bobbles are beautiful. Masterfully done. Congratulations. I'm sure Kathleen will be amazed.

Thunderhorse54's picture

I'm sure you can do it. I taught myself to knit. So I'm sure you can handle it.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

That is a very nice sweater. Congratulations on a job well done and I am certain Kathleen will enjoy it.

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Thunderhorse54's picture

Why thank you.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

you are very welcome.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

ronhuber's picture

Classic. Beautiful work.

bobinthebul's picture

Ace! :)

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Potter's picture

That looks like a technically difficult sweater to make, but so warm and classic looking. I bet Kathleen will love it.