The Green Blog Of Sweater

The cowl is done and blocking. More about that once it is dry.

The minute I put the cowl in the sink to soak I ran and grabbed the green sweater I had been working on. The pattern is Pritchard just in case you didn’t remember. The yarn is Rowan Cork. I just started the third skein of yarn a bit ago. The next big milestone will be putting the sleeve stitches on holders so I can carry on with the body. I hope to get there later today or tomorrow. You know, if I don’t succumb to the urge to cast on something new.

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9 Responses to The Green Blog Of Sweater

  1. Jackie B says:

    Have never knitted an adult sweater top down. I’m wondering if it makes it easier to get sleeves the right length to fit my slightly short arms. Can’t wait to see finished cowl.

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  2. Alissa Head says:

    It’s looking great! I love a top down raglan!

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  3. Yes – top down is the way to go! Can’t wait to see the cowl – and yes, you can resist casting something else on, unless you need something small and transportable. (There, I just gave you an excuse!)

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  4. Looking great! That point where you put the sleeve stitches aside is always great – it feels like you are knitting so many fewer stitches and can really GO!

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  5. chrisknits says:

    Yay for finishes! Yay for WIPs that can be picked up and worked on with little thought! I am floundering for the next knit once the current hat gets done. I want to do another cowl, but I can’t decided whether to use a pattern or design another one!

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  6. You are so close to putting the sleeves on waste yarn. At that point the rest of the body will fly. I love that feeling.

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  7. Stefanie says:

    Yay for progress.

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  8. kathyreeves says:

    You are on a roll here!

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