Wildflower work in progress

February 29, 2012

The scalloped edging is easy to make.
I'm making excellent progress on my Wildflower Cardigan.  I'm through with the back and sleeves and now working on the fronts.  I'm just at the spot where you add the pocket lining to the pocket front detail.
The pocket was so fun to make.  See the little bobbles?  We knitters dearly love to make bobbles, but we also know they look ridiculous on most garments.  Here is one exception.  These are just teensy and just a few, isolated to the pockets only.

My husband loves me to wear bright pink.  I was certain he would approve of this Easter hopeful.  When I asked him if he liked the color, he said he would like it a little brighter!  Brighter?  Huh?

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11 Comments

  1. This is SO beautiful! I've got to get my knitting needles out again!

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  2. Another Fabulous Knit! And I'm sure the Pink will be beautiful on you. Cheers! Dawn

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  3. Really pretty! I see Signatures! I'm a new knitter and have switched to Signatures exclusively as they have so improved my erratic tension. I know that isn't an issue for you, but it sure has made my knitting look so much better. Thank you for sharing all of your wonderful work!!

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  4. It will be beautiful! You have a wonderful husband!

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  5. Hahah! I love that color. Your husband has great eyes for colors!

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  6. The pink is beautiful, and I love the design. The pattern didn't jump out at me, until I saw your's in that beautiful color. I love the edging! I think I'll give it a try.

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  7. That is going to be just beautiful and yes you have a wonderful husband...

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  8. gorgeous!! you are going to rock the pink (like you do with pretty much everything!)

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  9. Thanks for your comment on my post today. lol
    And don't you think 'jeans that FIT' should also be in that category?? ;-)

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