[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]I just finished this sweater this afternoon. :woohoo: I've been working on it for about 5 days... my very first fast and easy... and the first time I've put on buttons, especially at the neck :teehee: I made it from Paton's softy chunky yarn - grey and blue.Then, before I sewed it together I added a little embroidery at the edge of the blue stripe.I have no idea what they baby will be so I didn't want to take any chances... LOL!The pattern is from KNITTING FOR TWO by Erika Knight and the instructions were really easy... I only needed a little help :aww: Right now I'm very pleased with it and have hopes of making a little hat to match.TEMA [/COLOR]
[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]P.S.I thought about what I would have done differently and I believe I would not have only done the ribbing for one row as was called for in the pattern. I'm not at all partial for a rolled hem... TEMA:knitting: [/COLOR]
That's really cute, good job!
I did a rolled hem on my first sweater and if I remember correctly it called for a smaller needle for the rolled parts. That keeps the roll so it's smaller and looks good.
Good job, it looks very handsome. that is pretty quick too.
Very cute! Nice colors
Very nice work, TEMA!
Hi, I was just over in the help folder where you were asking about the shoulder button flap. I read that you had it done so I came to check it out.
It looks very good. That will be a nice little sweater for a kid to wear, cuddly and warm.
Great job!!! It looks great! I still have yet to try my first sweater.