I finished up a couple of sweaters using left over yarn from other projects. Jamieson and Smith Shetland wool and 3.25 mm needles. I used a top down pattern that I have developed over the years.

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JRob's picture

Nice job Ron.

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Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Very nice work. That Henley collared one especially grabs my eye.

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ronhuber's picture

It is my favourite, too, Joe. Nice and warm and particularly comfortable.

kiwiknitter's picture

So very nice! I love your work. It's unusual to see the Shetland knitting wools used other than in patterned stranded knitting. As your jumpers show, it works up nicely in solid colours, too.

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Nehkhasi's picture

Nice work! Love neutrals because they mesh with almost anything! That blend of yellow, red, grey and black is a much loved classic! Always right!


CLABBERS's picture

Nice color choices and great looking sweaters. I also like top down sweaters with a special not to raglan sleeves. Well done!


Kerry's picture

Very nice Ron.