Hello there, I hope you have all had a good week. Winter is here in the U.K .with amber alerts all around the country for heavy snow. Well, it's here in the Midlands and coming down thick and fast at the moment.
I'm back with a FO today, I wanted to finish my Playful Stripes by Alana Dakos by the weekend, guess what, I did by the skin of my teeth, finishing it late Sunday evening.
I used Rowan Cashsoft 4ply for this little project, I really enjoyed knitting the pattern as the body was knitted all in one so no sewing together, hopefully I will get this to Megan over the weekend. It's so soft and snuggly, perfect for this weather.
Check out everyone else's FO's over at Tami's blog.
Have a great weekend and if you're in the U.K. keep warm !!!!
It's nice to be done with an item when the last stitch is made, isn't it. I like knitting the body in one go, too. Lovely sweater, pattern and colours. Happy weekend. Regula
It's lovely. I love the colours you've used
I absolutely LOVE that - I was fancying the pattern myself before I saw this and I just LOVE the colours you've used. Wish I had one for myself, it's snowing heavily here too and very cold!!!! Keep safe x
That is so so beautiful!! And I imagine it is so soft and warm! I'm off to seek out that pattern for my little lady.
The snow is coming down thick and fast here too and I'm not very impressed! xx
Just popping over from Tami's. What a gorgeous wee cardigan the colours you used are wonderful and well done on getting it complete on time. Here in the midlands of Ireland its snowing also..a rare occurence indeed!
What does Amber Alerts mean there? Here it is for when a child is missing..... just curious what it is for you :)
I loveeeeeeeeee the sweater!! It is soooooo beautiful! I loveeeeeeee the colors!! Looks so soft too!!!
I can feel the softness of that cardi! Beautiful.
Lovely cardi, the stripes make me smile!
Oh, I'm envious of your fireside knitting plans. It sounds lovely. Speaking of lovely, that sweater certainly is.
The sweater turned out excellently! We've definitely had a taste of winter, but today the high is around 50°F and most of our snow has melted.
Oh Deb...this is beautiful! You do such beautiful knitting.
I watched the news on Itv and Channel4 both of which I get here and have seen how bad it is in England. Much worse than we had.
Last week was when we got hit. Over 1000 km in backed up traffic. My husband worked from home in the morning to avoid it all.
Stay warm and enjoy your knitting and crocheting while the snowflakes fall.
Hugs from Holland ~
Well, I can see where all the snow has gone. So very pretty - but always causes problems in the UK. Here in Michigan we have no snow, but it's very cold.
Love the gorgeous cardigan - pretty colours and the stripes look fab!
So pretty! I love the stripes. :)
What a sweet looking cardigan Deb and you've knitted so quickly, too! It's all covered white here as well. Stay warm! Ira x
Such a beautiful cardigan ... You are so clever! Its covered in snow here too ... just hope it doesn't freeze! Stay warm!
stunning! love your choice of colors. beautiful pics as well. stay warm.
Such a pretty sweater!! And I love your pictures of the snow!
What a lovely cardigan. I really like the yoke, and the scalloped edges. So pretty.
So adorable Deb! I hope you are staying warm over there! Hugs to you! Joanna
I want a cardigan like this (...just kidding). It looks so soft and comfortable; fab job Deb!
the cardi is stunning, I think I have that pattern to knit up but my skills are not advanced enough as yet.
I love the colours you used.
Hope you are staying warm in the midlands. Here in the north we have just had a sprinkling of snow.
A D O R A B L E!!!!!!
Just look at all that snow. It looks so pretty. And so does that cute sweater. I LOVE it.
Stay warm my friend.
The softness of the color palette is such a hug. She will love it. Our Amber Alerts here in the U.S. are for missing children. Interesting how yours is for weather.
I love your colours!! Does Megan love it? Amy loves hers :)
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