This cardigan pattern was found in a vintage booklet I bought years ago at a thrift store or yard sale. The first one was made from [I]I LOVE THIS YARN [/I]in a buttercup yellow. This one is made from recycled yarn from a woman’s sweater found at a thrift store. It is a size larger. This link will take you to my on line album. I’ll post pictures onto this post later after I have had time to size them. I didn’t realize they were to large to post here.
The first two pictures show the front side, still in need of buttons. I have no where near to look for buttons. It is such a headache to have to travel to another town to look for the buttons, etc. to match sweaters or anything for that matter.
The last two show the back side. I should have made it as a pullover and I probably will if I make another.
I believe there are 3 of these sweates posted on www.ravelry.com if you’re interested in seeing them. I’ll be posting mine there later.
I love that sweater and your choice of yarn was truly inspired. Lovely, just lovely. :cheering:
It’s very beautiful! A delightful design, and you chose just the right yarn and color! Great job!
I also love this sweater ,You stuff is really awesome,They colour combination and delightful design,
Beautiful!! Love how it turned out!
Oh wow! What a pretty sweater!