Sunday, April 16, 2006

KAL...finished object

The tails are weaved in and underarm kitchener stitched; here's my Sierra, still unblocked though. It's really lightweight and fits well. I'm keeping my fingers crossed there won't be too much give after washing as it's just the right length below the waist and sleeves.

The double moss stitch round the collar and edges makes an interesting relief and the lacy raglan sleeves breaks the stockinette monotony for the tunic .

It only needs 4 and a few yards from the 5th ball of Trinity yarn. What can I use the 200 yards of remnant for?


Yarn: Jaeger Trinity Hibiscus

4 x 50 gms x 216 yards (plus 10 yards)

Needles: 4 mm

Finished size: 38" by 22" length

11 comments:

knitties said...

Wow, that was quick and your sweater looks great! Congrats!

Ruth said...

how lovely!! =)

Jan said...

It is really beautiful. I love the detailing at the shoulder. It looks really comfortable too!

mona said...

You are so fast!!! That's a lovely knit Sally, and thanks for taking part in the KAL.

erin said...

The sweater looks great - I have a soft spot for raglan sleeves. I'm so glad that you managed to knit the whole sweater with yarn to spare. This trinity is amazing isn't it?

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