My first argyle sweater!

This is not a sweater! THIS IS ART! Wow! This is just extremely fine knitting! You should be so proud of this accomplishment!

I know what you mean about the stitches being irritatingly wonky.
I assume you blocked the sweater before seaming? Well, no matter, if you didn’t…the stitches even out more after the first hand wash/hand rinse/flat to dry.

You used such a fine yarn! Very beautiful! Have you heard of Unicorn Fiber Wash and Fiber Rinse? I heard about it in a Wild Fibers Magazine…and immediately ordered it.

It is great on all my fine yarns and knitted garments. I mean, it has REALLY superior performance.

HERE is a direct link. If you decide to take a look at the page…put your cursor over the words FIVE REASONS and a box will expand and tell you why it is a superior product! Very true!

It goes a long ways. I ordered the 16oz bottles. Now I am busy catching up on all my fine knits hand washing! I just love how everything is turning out!

Anyhoo, don’t I sound like a Unicorn rep? :eyes:

[COLOR=black]Thank You very much for the advice. No doubt I will order that Unicorn thing because I like then my articles look as neat as possible. [/COLOR]
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What a beautiful work! And a lucky husband :thumbsup:

Wow! This is beatiful work! Very impressive! Again, WOW!
Ginny

Beautiful!

Yowzers! Nice job! You’ll have to give a review on the Unicorn washing stuff now and how it worked on this project.

That is such a nice looking sweater. Very professional looking. Great job.

Jolita, the sweater is wonderful, and as said above, very professional looking. And please, don’t worry about your English, it’s charming!

Wow!

WOW! That is fantastic!! Great job! :inlove:

Very nice :slight_smile:

What a gorgeous sweater! Wonderful work!

Pretty sweater. You did an amazing job knitting that! I don’t know that my stitches would be quite so even.

That looks fantastic!

Fantastic!

soooooooo beautiful!

Wow…fantastic job!

Neat looking job.