I did it! Woo!
That last sleeve almost killed me, but I made it across the finish line with time to spare for blocking.
And, I love it! This might be my new favorite sweater. (It’s the Campside Cardi by Alicia Plummer, knit in Knit Picks’ Wool of the Andes Sport in Cobblestone, if you forgot.)(Yes, I am indeed a dork, and still haven’t figured out how to pose for a non-ridiculous photo of myself.)
It fits like a glove, and I even managed to get the sleeves the right length, which never happens! If you’re looking for a simple-yet-cute sweater, I definitely recommend this pattern. Whenever I do a speed-knit project like this, I always think “Why can’t I always work like this?” I’d be able to make two dozen sweaters ever year! Ha!
How did your Olympics go? Did you finish your Ravellenic Games projects?
Love this!!! If you ever wanted to do this one again, it would be a perfect Christmas/birthday gift! lol!
Haha! Wink wink, right?
What a gorgeous FO! Congrats on finishing! I came up a bit short on my Ravellenic sweater, but should finish this week!
Thanks! I’m so happy with how it turned out!
And, congrats on almost finishing yours! A sweater in two (or three) weeks is nothing to scoff at.
Well done. The cardigan’s lovely and you look great in it!
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