is complete! I love it.
Pattern: Ariann, by Bonne-Marie
Yarn: Rowan Kid Classic, gray, 8.3 skeins used, 1270 yards
Needles: US 6
I lengthened the body a bit, about an inch. And OHMYGOD I made the classic mistake. I missed an "at the same time." Oh, holy cow, my math wasn’t working out right, and I’d done most of the raglan decreasing. Oh, yeah. I forgot to make the neckline. But you know me! It’ll never be noticed from a trotting horse! So I improvised the collar, and I have to say, I like it like this. I like the V-neck written in the pattern, but I like this better.
The reclining pose.
The disco pose!
One of favorite parts of the sweater: I finally found a use for some Edwardian (yes, from the 1880s) buttons I got at Stitches last year. They were a hefty splurge, and I got eight, and only used four on this, so I get to look forward to using them again! I think they are the most gorgeous things ever. I lurve them.
All cleavage aside, check out Willie’s expression. It looks like he’s watching a spider drop from the ceiling. God, I hope he wasn’t.
Adah says stop screwing around! Feed me!
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