My first sweater so far. Back, front and two sleeves are knit. I have the front collar on hold and I’m ready to assemble. My weekly knitting group is cancelled this week, so I may have to wait until Saturday for help from my monthly knitting group.
In the meantime I’m reading articles (creative knitting magazine has a great one) and will look up videos on YouTube. My monthly knitting group meets this Saturday, but I don’t know if I can wait that long. I’m quite anxious to put it all together. Here is the link to the seaming a sweater blog.
The back and front are done. I am now working on sleeve number one. I’m thinking my two weeks completion time may be a little unrealistic. Let’s see how this pans out. Three more days.
It’s been one week of knitting my pullover. I am done with the back, more than halfway with the front and I started a miniature sweater for my Christmas tree.
I started this sweater this morning. I chose this pattern because it is a classic crew neck that I am hoping will be easy as a first timer.
I also like the fact that is knit in pieces. I need to experience assembling and sewing the pieces together. I’ll be looking to my knitting circle for guidence and encouragement. They are so good at that.
I’m giving myself two weeks to complete it. Fingers crossed. The yarn is Lionbrand’s cotton ease. I picked up eight skeins at the Mather Hospital Thrift Shop.
The pattern is Solid Staple Sweater by Laura Meiser. It’s a free pattern available at http://www.allfreeknitting.com