In all you do, do your best
so when you lay your tools to rest
you’ll be proud to sign your name.
I designed this pull-over sweater using four colors of Dale of Norway Tiur yarn. The knitting starts at the front opening of the yoke using steeks at the body and neck edges and a provisional cast on. After finishing the right sleeve, I picked up stitches and knit the left sleeve. After finishing the neckline, I picked up stitches along the body steek and knit the body down to the hem. The hem is a casing with a drawstring.
Hi Katherine . I have been sort of shut in by Bobs leg problems and so reading your quotes and lookin at these luscious paterns makes me drool and has kept me smiling and planning thanks for sharing all. I will make that Oct. sock come on fall. Barbara
e day said:
Katherine, I keep coming back to see the responses to your blog and there are none! How can an old-timer, like myself, learn anything new if noone says anything. I think your problem is that you are too good. Good design, very good knitting and a knack for color through it all. I have been knitting over 50 years. I visit the blogs often to see what is new and relevant. When I come to yours, I always wait awhile ,take it all in, and wish that book of yours was out! Keep it up! Just because we don’t say anything, doesnt mean we are not here-fans, every one. Bless you………liz day
Katherine Gannett said:
What a beautiful sweater! Patience is the foundation of all your talents, isn’t it?
You’ve built a neat blog site for yourself, too!
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