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Here's an impromptu project that I did a couple of days ago to break the monotony of some of my other more involved knitting projects. You can read the project details on my blog The Knitting Mill.

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Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Great project, Mill. Glad

Great project, Mill. Glad that you can knit again. I liked that pattern when I saw it but haven't anyone to make it for. Still, good to have in the back of my mind in case I need a fast gift. Really enjoyed your blog, too. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

TheKnittingMill's picture

Thanks Joe! It feels GREAT

Thanks Joe! It feels GREAT to be knitting again!!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

You are most welcome. Good

You are most welcome. Good to know you are much better. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Oh! I like it! It would

Oh! I like it! It would make nice gifts.

mrossnyc's picture

It looks great and it sounds

It looks great and it sounds like you made it your own! Glad to hear you are also able to knit again.

ronhuber's picture

Very beautiful. The button

Very beautiful. The button sure adds the right touch.

elib1971's picture

Very nice. And it looks like

Very nice. And it looks like a great little project that wouldn't take much time. You could do a bunch of them for christmas presents (if you do christmas). Did you do a proper button hole? Eli B.

TheKnittingMill's picture

Thanks! Yeah, I had the same

Thanks! Yeah, I had the same idea about Christmas! I figured when it's only a week away and I get over my denial of being able to finish 5 jumpers or lace shawls before C-day that I'd whip out this pattern and crank them out. It only took me about 3 hours or so with a few interruptions. You know what, I think buttonholes always look pretty crappy no matter which technique I use, but for this project I implemented EZ's three row button hole with a couple of modifications. One day I need to have a buttonhole practice day and try to come up with the best looking one from comparisons. Happy knitting!
Mill
“Properly practiced, knitting soothes the troubled spirit, and it doesn’t hurt the untroubled spirit either.”
-- E. Zimmermann, Knitting Without Tears

PaulJMC's picture

Wow mate great one!

Wow mate great one!