A Post of Many Sweaters

I finished the Ryuu-ko sweater for 海丰 last week. I briefly looked over the pattern before starting. Too briefly. It’s missing some details like sleeve length. This should serve as a lesson to carefully read a pattern before starting it. Had I done so,  I would have made it top-down, with short-row shaping. He wore it and is happy with it, but I’m not so I cast-on for Fife, from Alice Starmore’s Fishermen’s Sweaters.  My craving for perfectly designed sweaters was not over – I also started St. Enda, from Aran Knitting for my father-in-law. I’m knitting St. Enda in a black yarn, which photographs very badly (at least by me) so no pics for now.

As you can see, he finds photoshoots very interesting.
Ryuu-ko. Less like fashion photography, more like wilderness photography.
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Author: foggyknits

I'm stay at home mum who knits.

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