The increase rows are distracting to me but that’s the nature of this beast. Hopefully blocking will even out those stitches so they are less noticeable.The wrong side.The neck edge is just four rows of garter stitch. I was thinking of making a picot hem for the sweater but keep the garter stitch at the sleeve hem. Just not sure. Would two different hem edges look dumb?
I just can’t be without some knitting project. I am addicted to yarn and sticks. After finishing the last project, I couldn’t bring myself to work on the Bacardi Cardi just yet. Concentration is needed for the color charts and all those yarns hanging off the sides.
My plan is to knit a top-down, circular yoke, seamless sweater. For. Me. Like this:
Using these two colors of yarn that were…wait for it…
I searched and searched the interwebs and Ravelry for a simple top-down circular, seamless adult-sized sweater. I found the Knitting Fiend Yoke-u-lator and plugged in my numbers. Voila! A simple pattern for the math.
I’m also using Ann Budd’s The Knitter’s Handy Book of Top-Down Sweaters
…and the February Baby Sweater on Two Needles from Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Knitters Almanac because I need more detailed instructions.
My granddaughter’s green sweater is the February Baby Sweater on two needles and the taupe and tan sweater for my grandson is a combination of the February Baby Sweater and the Knitting Fiend calculations.
There is not enough of one color of either so this sweater will be two colors. Not sure if that means evenly spaced stripes, unevenly spaced stripes, color blocks, or something different. I’m just making it up as I go.
I love the leafy border on the Ka’ana shawl/wrap. But the yarn is all wrong for this wrap.
The color is wrong…for me. Not a fan of pastels.
I’ll let you know if I use it this summer on cool evenings. If I don’t…
PS – I DID win at yarn chicken!!