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From the recent Knit Simple Fall 2011, pattern #22:
This looks just right for a first attempt at sweater knitting. And looks great too. Thanks for sharing. Do you design for Knit 'n Style? I really like the patterns they offer, but most men's patterns seem to be by Michael Del Vecchio. Great designer, dont get me wrong, would be nice to see other male designers in that publication.
Looks great! But the idea of doing pockets scares me a little. Not enough not to try it - but a little. :-D
Recently I was looking for a cardie pattern for my partner. It was more difficult than I imagined. I wish I'd have known about this beauty. Very well done!
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Nice lines , great cardigan
By the way... Always wondered, do you do the casting for your photo shoots ;)
Ha Ha!!!! I wish, but those that have been casted so far haven't been so bad. :)
Really love it Kenny. Its a classic!
In cielo non c'e vino...beviamolo sulla terra!
Great looking sweater! Congratulations on the publication!
Great looking design Kenny, always on the look out for great cardigan patterns.
Congratulations on providing the world with another piece of fantastic wearable art! Now, if only I was talented enough to knit a sweater. Someday! Rick, we should take a class together.
you and rick...... gosh, look at all the work you guys have done. you can totally make this simple sweater.
It's patterns like this that make me want to knit myself a sweater! But...every sweater I've ever knit ends up being a disaster. I cannot for the life of me make two sleeves the same length, or the same circumference, etc. So, I'm sticking with things that don't have to fit, and going to Kohl's to buy myself sweaters I guess :-(
Oh, that is soooo sweet. You can do it. This is published in Knit Simple...... notice the word simple. I can totally help you!!!
A very nice design, Kenny. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
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