Casas Grandes Sweater Underway

albert's picture

Well, I have spun up enough of my three colors to begin knitting my sweater which is named for the style of Native American pottery from which I have adapted the diamond pattern. I done with the ribbing and am now starting the pattern. I am weaving in as opposed to stranding and will be steeking the arm and neck holes. I will post updates as I progress for good or ill.

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Celowin's picture

I like what I see so far,

I like what I see so far, and I am enjoying your step by step updates on the project. I've never spun before (and currently have no plans on learning), so that part of the process just seems magical to me. I was a bit leery of the colors you chose, but now that I see them coming together I admire your color sense. I'm definitely looking forward to seeing the pattern start to unfold!

MMario's picture

Brilliant! It is going to

Brilliant! It is going to be truly striking.
MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!

Craig's picture

Great colours and your

Great colours and your spinning looks amazing.

ronhuber's picture

I can't wait to see the

I can't wait to see the progression, Albert. I hope you have lots of fun with it.

gardenguy42's picture

That yarn is to "dye" for!

That yarn is to "dye" for! Just punning around a little but it is absolutely beautiful! I can't wait to see it finished!

"You must be the change you wish to see in the world." -- Mahatma Gandhi

Asbjörn's picture

The suspense... already off

The suspense... already off to a beautiful start. I know this is going to be one amazing sweater. I can't wait to see it.

BuduR's picture

Oh Albert! I love the

Oh Albert! I love the colors! I can't wait to see your progress! I get so excited when all of you show your new projects, and to think I won't even finish a scarf in the time it takes you to finish this whole sweater.