Awesome cabling. I love the color choice too.
...that is SO BEAUTIFUL !!!
You have done an amazing job on this sweater. You make me want to start cabled sweater of my own!
This is just fabulous. I just wanted to reach out and touch it.
Thank you, everyone. This pattern really caught my eye, as well. I must confess, however, that the pattern became a bit tedious and I was/am relieved when I knit my last stitch.
If anyone is interested, this pattern is available in the Jamieson's pattern book #2....Scalloway by Ron Schwietzer. He's truly an amazing designer...I just ordered all of his books (he has four of his own out.)MichaelJames
Wow...that's stunning! I love this pattern, and you've done a beautiful job with it. It's always a good thing when I see a photo and immediately feel the need to hold the work in my hands. Just lovely...thanks so much for sharing!
The cabling on this sweater makes me want to eat cookies.
That means I like it...A LOOOOOOOOT. :-P
OMG. BEAUTIFUL WORK!!! on all the sweaters you've posted so far
so, how does one go about commissioning you to knit a somewhat simple cabled sweater? :D
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I have to agree that you have done a marvelous artistic job. Your Sweater s are beautiful!
Wow, Alice Starmore's books are really expensive.
What yarn? That looks a lot like some pencil roving I just gave up fighting with!
All three sweaters are gorgeous! I think this one is my favorite though....no wait, the Canyonville.....or maybe the Henry VII......NO! I'm sticking with the Scalloway (at least for now). Great work!
I really like this sweater with the great cable stitch and especially the underarm seed stitch panel. Great design.
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