Husband Sweater: Finished… Well, sort of.

It’s done! It’s done!

Well- mostly.

I cast off the last sleeve last Friday, after months of stagnation.  (Sorry, husband!)  It’s done!

I wove in the ends and, miracle of miracles, it fits!  Woo Hoo!

11905401_10105373908271560_3140276053640019237_n[1]It looks great, and fits like a glove, and the cotton is so lovely and soft.

WP_20150815_002And it only took me 8 months.  (Oy!)

Of course, it’s still missing one very important thing:  the zipper.

I went to get a zipper at Jo-Ann’s over the weekend, but they were closed due to a power outage from a thunderstorm(!) earlier in the day.  So my husband has been wearing the sweater sans zipper for the last few days.  At least he likes it.

The moment I get a chance to go back to Jo-Ann’s I’m zipping over there as fast as I can!

What’s the last project that took you way longer than it should have?

3 thoughts on “Husband Sweater: Finished… Well, sort of.

  1. FogKnits

    Looks great, even without the zipper!

    I’m curious how you’re going to do the zipper installation? I’ve never tried the traditional method (sewing machine) but I really love the Eunny Jang method that uses a knit picker to add stitches to the zipper tape. You’re then sewing yarn to yarn.

    I’m planning a zipper on my current sweater and hoping to use Eunny’s method, so any tips or tricks you’ve got, I’d love to hear 🙂

    Reply

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