Saturday, October 28, 2006

Six-Color Sweater, At Last!

At long last, I found some time last night to weave in the yarn ends on the six-color sweater that I've had in progress for what now seems an eternity. I can finally call this a done!

So if you've been wondering what this:

Plus this:

will yield ... the answer is this:

This was made using my Fearless Fibers Sportweight Superwash Merino. I custom dyed the six semi-solid colors specifically for this sweater. I actually dyed two sets of the six colors and so I have another set that I'll list in my Etsy store before too long. I was holding onto it on the off chance that I might need more yarn to complete my project, but I actually had a fair bit left over when I was done.

This is the first sweater I've made for myself in quite some time and I'm reasonably happy with the way it turned out. Not a grand work of art, but a nice and comfy sweater to throw on with a pair of jeans when heading out on a cool fall day.

Now I just need to find time to make some more progress on the felted vest for the Red Sweater KAL!


aija said...

Nice! Congrats on a great new sweater :)

anne said...

ooh deb! i love it (i love stripes). it looks great on you!

Anonymous said...

That is a gorgeous sweater and knowing your soft sumptious yarns, it must feel lovely next to the skin. Wonderful design, you should be very proud!

Anonymous said...

Love it, love it, love it. Great color choices; nice FI work; good fit! Hate you for getting something done though. Of course I mean that in the nicest possible way. ;)
I'm about to start on the lace sox from soon as I find the right post...

Anonymous said...

Love the sweater Deb it is gorgeous. Working on the christmas vest with your merino wool I brought on I'll send some pictures later.
karen austin

Erica said...

How do you find the time? The sweater looks great!

MonicaPDX said...

Great, Deb! And hey, the sleeves worked! ;) Congrats, looks like it'll be just the thing for the weather right now.

Stacey said...

That came out great! I love the diffferent ribbing and stripes!

Patricia said...

Hi Deb,
Bravo! I just love the colorwork on the lower part. The fit is great!
Well done!