Thursday, August 08, 2013

Snow White Finale





Project:  Snow White in June 六月雪
Pattern June's Favorite Cardigan by Hannah Fettig
Yarn:  Frog Tree Pediboo Worsted, 80% Merino 20% Bamboo
Yardage:  9 skeins, 1638 yards in stash, used 8.5 skeins, 1547 yards
Needles: Size 8
Cast onJune 1, 2013
Cast off: August 3, 2013
Cost: None
Previous entry: here and here
Notes: This is a shop model for Green Planet Yarn, and in the last picture it's proudly displayed behind the counter at the shop. It took longer than planned but came out quite nice. The cardigan is designed to be worn open in the front, with 5 or 6 inches gap between the fronts. The yarn is new at the shop, an easy care (machine washable) wool blend in a large range of colors. The body is knitted in one piece bottom up to the armhole, and sleeves are knitted in the round, then the pieces are connected together, decreased to the collar. The cable band is knitted with the body and sewn together on the back of the neck. There are 14 stitches on each side of the underarm that I grafted (proudly), but probably no one will ever notice!

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9 comments:

Cathy said...

This is fab, brilliant stitch definition. Great job!

Vicki Yelland-Browning said...

ooh wow this is a beautiful cardigan - it's gorgeous!! Have a knitty weekend xx

Kathleen Rogers said...

Lovely cardigan--your sample would make me want to knit it. I like the way the stitch pattern goes down the sleeve.

Kathryn Ray said...

The sweater is gorgeous. But I'm confused by the closure... at first I thought it was a short zipper, but now I'm thinking it's a shawl pin going through alternating stitches from each side. ???

Vivian said...

Kathryn, there is a shawl pin keeping the fronts together since it's on hanger/mannequin, when it's worn by a human the boobs would take up some of the fabric.

AllyB said...

Absolutely beautiful Vivian! That is such a classic style too.

Heather Woollove said...

It's a lovely project. I like how the cables along the edges will show when it's worn.

WonderWhyGal said...

That cardi looks great. I always wear mine with just the top buttons on so a perfect design. That yarn looks like it was great to work with and feel.

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

absolutely gorgeous