Cable detail attached.
This is a sweater that I made, attempting to create a mesh look. This is what I get for not making a swatch first: it's too big everywhere!
This sweater was made by alternating rows of cornflower colored yarn and variegated yarn.
Just a plain acrylic white sweater, sized for a larger child. This was my first jab at raglan sleeves.
A sweater I made with scrap acrylic yarn (black) alternated with an acrylic/wool blend (red).
I knit this for my husband Mark in about a month, using the Everyday Sweater pattern from the book Knitting (Man)ual by Kristin Spurkland.
Really enjoyed making this crew-neck raglan sweater, finished on 17th November 2008.
Blouse in 8-ply black silk and rayon blend. Knitted from top down; a nightmare because of the color and nature of the yarn. My friend admired a blouse her friend had, so I copied it for her.