chevrons yoke.

Two ferociously cold nights here in Boston meant early to bed with blankets and books and knitting projects, of course. After those two nights, I have a fair isle yoke, already divided for the sleeves and body, completed.

And I’m loving it.

I’ve knitted the Chevrons sweater before for my mum as a Christmas gift last winter. This time, I decided to use Brooklyn Tweed Shelter in cast iron for the main color and fossil for the color work; the contrast of the black and the bone is amazing and I’m loving everything about this new version.

I’m hoping to get a substantial part of the body done tonight, but I’ve got to pack for my Thanksgiving vacation, too. Here’s to hoping I can finish it this weekend so maybe I can start the Willard Fair Isle Pullover with that gorgeous Owl yarn just waiting for me.

One response to “chevrons yoke.”

  1. […] is the finished body of my Chevrons sweater. It only took a few days to complete the entire thing–sleeves and all. I will take proper […]

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