FO!

A former co-worker of Smokey's and former renter of our house had a baby over a year ago, and I promised her a sweater. While I knit it almost immediately, it sat… and sat… and sat… waiting for the arm seams to be sewn and a button added at the neck. I finally did that last little bit of finishing a couple weeks ago and mailed the sweater off to little Abby. Luckily for me, she is a tiny little peanut and will have plenty of room to grow into it.

Abby & sweater

Pattern: Baby Brights by Bev Galeska, heavily modified.
Yarn: Valley Yarns Superwash DK (100% superwash merino): 25 light gray, 14 teal, 13 forest, 12 grass, 14 blue mist, 19 misty lilac, 09 wild rose, 06 burgundy. Colors are truest in the WIP photo, below left.
Needles: Addi Turbo US#6.
Mods: As always, I do the whole sweater in stockinette stripes, except for the edgings in garter stitch.

  Sweater wip  Sweater w En Esch

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0 Responses to FO!

  1. gayle says:

    Adorable! (Both the baby and the sweater)
    I’ve always found ‘almost done’ to be a near fatal trap…

  2. Vicki says:

    That is super cute! She’s adorable.

  3. kim in oregon says:

    Oh so cute. And impressed with your weaving in skills. I was hoping it was a self-striping yarn!

  4. Carole says:

    Both the sweater and the baby are adorable! Well done!

  5. June says:

    The sweater is great (even if the kitty looks a little unimpressed). Off to think about striped raglan sweaters for adults…!

  6. kathy b says:

    what a beauty of a baby sweater

  7. Soxanne says:

    Awww … Both the baby and the sweater are soooo cuuute!

  8. Deb in PA says:

    I love this pattern. It’s the one I usually make (and tweak). The store I work part time at has upsized the pattern to fit up to a 4-6 child (with Bev’s permission). We always have people wanting the sweater for adults, but unfortunately, Bev didn’t have time to design that before she passed away.

  9. Jocelyn says:

    I see she went out and got her hair did before her photo shoot.
    The things you make for people–there is nothing greater. I am so in love with the cowl you made for me, still.

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