Another sweater

I knit a sweater for myself with Briggs and Little Sport (one of my favourite yarns) and 3.25 mm needles. I asked my friend Miguel to model it for me. I have made this collar many times on my sweaters because I can button them up to the top and it serves as a scarf or cowl. I am going to Europe next week and will take it with me. It should be the right weight for autumn weather.

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Tom Hart's picture

What an awesome piece of work. Really, really good looking. I find your work inspiring, calling me on. I hope to know, one day, what it feels like to create something like that. So crisp, clean, perfectly knit and expertly put together.

ronhuber's picture

Thanks, Tom. My sweater is rather tame compared to your patterned one.

New York Built's picture

Ron, you are an artisanal machine! The images are delicious...oh, and the sweater is great, too!

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ronhuber's picture

Thanks, Mark.

CLABBERS's picture

Beautiful work, Ron. The color is so correct for fall and the stitching is awesome. Thanks for sharing it with it. It really is an inspiring piece of knitting. I like the collar a lot. Is this a pattern I could buy, or one you created yourself?


ronhuber's picture

It is a top down raglan that I sort of tweeked to fit my requirements. I think you did one as well.

CLABBERS's picture

I did a raglan as well and really like it. I still have to rip out the sleeves and re-do them so they fit better. They grew in the blocking process.

Tizian's picture

very nice and a realy good work.

ronhuber's picture

Thank you.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Great sweater, Ron. Enjoy your trip to Europe and tell us all about the yarn shops when you get home. ;-)

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Kerry's picture

Great sweater Ron, I love that B &L Sport. Lucky you going to Europe.

Nehkhasi's picture

Great Looking Sweater!