Hello, stitchers! How are you doing? Busy busy? Hopefully you're nicely busy and having some good time with your WIP projects.
As you guys know I've been pretty busy with some pullover knitting recently. Yes, pullovers, sweaters, tops are my cup of tea if you didn't know. I am a sucker for a big, wearable knit garments. Especially since there are so many wonderful patterns and delicious yarns are available I cannot possibly make excuses. I must keep going!
So, here's what I've finished this week. (BTW, did you know? I am finishing a pullover almost every other week nowadays. I am breaking my record now!) Actually the yarn did everything for me. I did what I do best: choosing a correct pattern. This is a straight-forward basic top down pullover. Nothing fancy, nothing tricky, the simplest sweater you could ever make while watching movies.
I am so satisfied with the result. It's a nicely light, airy, and elegant-looking piece. The little bubbles on yarns contribute to the extra coziness and style. I cannot stop touching and feeling this funky texture.
I know this is kind of an era that everybody is playing with some fancy colorways. I might do that some time soon, hopefully. But, if you're not quite in the loud color mood try playing with textures instead. It doesn't give such a dramatic makeovers yet, it gently transforms your plain garment to something pretty special and one-of-a-kind. Don't you think you deserve some sweater like that? I think you do!
By the way, if you’re curious a about what pattern I was using, (FYI, I didn't use the pattern so closely. I use the pattern as an inspiration.) this is the link you’re looking for. Beautiful pattern by Juliet Romeo Juliet called ‘simplest sweater’. You can download the free PDF pattern from Ravelry. If you ever ended up making one let me know. We should celebrate together! Again, I recommend this pattern very much, much, and much!
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