It’s been slow going, for some reason, on my Snoqualmie Cardigan by Michelle Wang. I’ve found even though the cables are easy to memorize and not technically difficult, if I can’t concentrate, I make silly errors, or my brain can’t memorize the sequence I’m on. Maybe it’s just where I’m at right now; so despite casting on awhile ago, I’m still working on the back section.
I will make progress in the coming weeks; I have to set this goal for myself.
Here are some progress shots of where I am at. I haven’t made enough of a dent in this project to know whether I’ll actually like the finished project.
More to come, hopefully, on this one, in the next few weeks.
I finally did it. In 2019, I swatched. I swatched this gorgeous baby for my Snoqualmie Cardigan by Michelle Wang (who is a genius, imho), which has been on my list to knit forever.
And in 2019, one of my knitting goals was to swatch. And to swatch regularly for sweaters. I’m so bad about this; and I’m thrilled to be turning over a new leaf to less giving it up to chance and more the perfect fit.
This sweater is slow going because I haven’t had time to concentrate on it. But, it will get some love this weekend, I think.
I’m knitting it in Quince and Co. Osprey in the audouin color; I saw others knit it up with this yarn and I loved the drape on their garments.
Fingers crossed this seamed, robust cabled cardigan is everything I hope for this year.
Easily one of the quickest sweaters I’ve knit in awhile, the Forester by Michele Wang was a dream project. I loved the top down construction that had you halt working the body to knit both sleeves before finishing.
The thought of not having sleeves to knit after the body was complete was so empowering, I want to knit every seamless sweater this way!
Here’s my Forester going for a soak. I can’t decide if I should keep it for myself or gift it to my mum and make another. I’m thinking the latter…