lovely! I think it's the best you've done so far.
Wow, that was fast! Gorgeous, too. : )
I love it and hope to get that pattern for sure!! Great job Elizabeth!! :)
Wow! I really love it! The yarn is lovely too! I can't wait to make it!Ruinwen:)
This is GORGEOUS. :) Model included.
Woot! Elizabeth, another beautiful pattern. I love the look of that yarn.Also, I would have never guessed you had a kniting machine as well. One day I may buy one. First, I'll wait on more patterns from you for it. :)
It's great to see the finished product! Such a sassy photo, too! :) Nice job!
Truly lovely, E., and a true honor. :)
That's really pretty. What yarn did you use? I love the color. BTW, my cousin, Judy Sidran, lives in Madison. Any chance you know her?
Sorry, Jocelyn, I don't know your cousin Judy. I don't have the widest social network around.The yarn was Blackberry Ridge Northern Lights, a discontinued DK 85% wool/15% silk. The closest suggestion I could find for a substitute was Jo Sharp DK Tweed. I bet this pattern would look good in a cotton, linen, or hemp blend, too, as long as the gauge could be matched.
I'll be on the look out for yarns that will work. Too bad you don't know Judy. She's a fabulous knitter and weaver.
It lOOKS GREAT On you!! I love the color!
Fantastic sweater! And love the color. :-)
The finished product looks great, Elizabeth! I really like what you did with the button closures - it looks very polished. And a good candidate for knitting in warmer weather.
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