knitting and knitting…

and knitting some more. I think DK is the perfect weight for a sweater when you’re wearing it but my level of patience is better suited to aran weight yarns.

Maybe I’ll have more to show you next week…

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a very wearable sweater: shadow

A couple of weeks ago, I showed you my new favorite sweater, Shadow. I’ve already worn it a lot. The a-line shape is a lot more flattering and comfortable than I thought it might be. The three quarter length sleeves and reverse stockinette stitch up the sides keeps it from being too bulky.

a very wearable sweater

The outfits I’ve been putting together with it are pretty preppy, and make me think of this, and this.

his and hers

his and hers

Two good friends recently had babies, just a week or so apart. I’d been anticipating this and had a little blue sweater and a little purple sweater waiting to be dispatched. And my friends kindly obliged – one had a little boy and one had a little girl.

eyelet baby cardigan

Eyelet Yoke Baby Cardigan, Designed by Carole Barenys
Knitted in Briggs & Little Sport
Ravelry link

Eric Cardi, Designed by Marie Wallin. Published in Rowan’s Milk Cotton Baby Collection.
Knitted in Rowan Milk Cotton DK in shade 088.
Ravelry link