Wren Cardigan Complete


For how long it took to knit this sweater, it was worth every teeny tiny stitch.  I love how light weight it is and the drape is fantastic!!  I am very pleased with the fit this time around.  Going down a needle size did the trick.


The ravelry project page is here.


This only took one skein of Madeline Tosh Lace.  I barely made it with the yarn though....I would have liked to have had one more inch to the collar.  I have another skein in the same colorway but just was too lazy to ball it up on the winder.  My idea to use a different leftover green madelinetosh yarn was not very nice looking.  In other words, it was a bad idea.  I cannot wait to wear this!!!

Comments

  1. Karen, the cardigan is breathtaking! I can't belive you even took it off to photogragh it! I would wear it every single day!
    xx

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  2. This is going to be one of those sweaters that you will wear EVERYWHERE!! and with everything! And isn't it great that you finished it at the beginning of sweater season (as opposed to mid summer or April--when I usually finish mine!)

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  3. It looks *amazing!* Great job! I'm off to check out the Ravelry page. (:

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  4. It looks awesome! I'm so pleased to see it finished, and I can't believe how quickly you made it (tiny stitches like that would take me forever!)

    Love it :)

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  5. oh my gosh karen, it is SO beautiful. what a fantastic job you did. i love the color and how well it fits you, everything about it. that mt wool. its just perfect. how exciting. :)

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  6. I love everything about it: the style, the fit, the color (the cute name you gave it "Wren")--it really turned out splendidly!

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  7. So beautiful and inspiring...just like you!

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  8. That cardigan is gorgeous!! I love everything about it. Great job.

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  9. Gorgeous! You did a wonderful job.

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  10. Wow! This is truly stunning. You have lots of patience for that tiny knitting. It's beautiful.

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  11. This is absolutely beautiful! I won that pattern on a giveaway...you almost make me brave enough to try it!

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  12. Hello,


    It looks awesome...
    Soooo beautiful.


    greatings send you Conny

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  13. It looks great! And I love Madeline Tosh yarns...can imagine how cozy, comfy this will be.

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  14. Oh my goodness - that is gorgeous! I am working with Madelinetosh Lace right now on a shawl/scarf thingy I'm making for a friend, and I can't believe you knit a whole *sweater* out of it! It is so beautiful… xo

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