That's an amazing man sweater! Very masculine, and it even looks great when he walks like an Egyptian. Which is very important, because if I remember the video correctly (from way back when they were still showing music videos on MTV), mass-hysteria that involves everybody walking like an Egyptian does break out every once in a while. It's important to be prepared.
I love it! Will there be a pattern? It looks like a sweater my hubby would wear.
Hee hee, you better link to your own pattern there! I like the stripes. I was thinking of doing just one stripe on Dr. MS's but maybe I'll do more than that.
Stunning! I do so admire your knitting (and the neat deal at the bottom? Cunning! - even though you were sort of explaining it, you lost me, but I'll be interested in the development. I won't be doing *only toques* forever! (Will I? oh oh)
Your husband's sweater looks amazing! Really, very, very nice. And he looks happy wearing it!I think I *can* make sense of your new piece of knitting there....but only because you explained it to me earlier today... I really enjoyed "last Saturday knitting" today, as always (when I can be there)...
Don't you wish you could click on anything and make it bigger? Though with my luck I'd just miss and hit myself in the butt.The sweater is perfect! Like it was made for him...oh, wait...
The sweater looks great! Love the stripes. The ribbing gives it visual interest too without making it too busy or boring (as men's sweaters typically seem to look). Well done!
I like the stripes. That really is a great guy sweater - reminds me that I want to make a second Foothills for my little guy.
Beautiful sweater! As for the other picture, it looks like the top neckline and shoulders of a sweater. And it looks like you are knitting it with the same cast on/knit/increase technique as would be used for a trasitionally shaped faroese shawl.
The pullover looks awesome! Like it was made for him... Oh, wait... Hehe. I am silly. Really nice job!
The sweater is great! I love the ribbing, the stripes, the colors, all of it
That is a Great Sweater. I even like the name - but then again, I spent most summers in my early childhood up in the Adirondacks. Seriously though, that sweater has it all - plain enough to pass most man-sweater standards, which generally are, the plainer the better, but interesting enough to knit.
That is nice! Maybe the old man will get a hand knit of his own!
Congratulations on finishing that sweater. Add that to finishing the Jim sweater last year, and we see that you are catching up.
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