Old Man Sweater.

It's a heavily modified Kyle Sweater http://berroco.com/exclusives/kyle/kyle.html

I wanted a cardigan not a pullover

and I wanted three pieces to knit instead of five.

It's oversized, comfortable, and just what I was envisioning for knitting on the porch on a chilly day.

Size 10 Needles, double strands of rough spun silk.


RickeScott's picture

It looks very comfy.

Bill's picture

Very handsome!
...I'm an old man...better knit myself one...LOL

kylewilliam's picture

looks perfect to me... I am quite often accused of wearing "old man" sweaters... and I like the "Kyle" sweater (not only because of it's name) and really like this version as well!

great job!!



QueerJoe's picture

I prefer "classic style sweater"...actually this is quite a rich and beautiful use of bulky yarn. It might be interesting to see you where this sweater in public with the oh-so-trendy Jared Flood hat you just posted...classic below, trendy on top...it'll confuse the crap out of the fashionistas.

Nashrunner's picture

I don't think it looks like an old man. Let's just say it a shawl collared classic which makes it timeless! Hows that? I really like the color too, looks like it will be nice with just about whatever you might have on. It's beautiful!

albert's picture

Definitely a cozy sweater, I see snow through the window and brandy in the snifter.

Raymiew's picture

I love it!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Very nice knitting. I should show this to my friend who wants me to design a cardigan for her husband. --Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

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

mysterJay's picture