Welcome to Wool on Sundays 37! Thank you to everyone who came to link up or visit last Sunday and to everyone who sent well wishes to my daughter. I’m very pleased to say she seems to be getting better now :)
This week I’ve been ‘talking’ to Sarah, who you probably know from her shop, Issabellathecat.etsy.com and her lovely blog, Issabellathecat.blogspot.com. We were wondering about linking up from IG and Sarah found out that if everyone hashtags their Instagram images with #WoolonSundays it will show in any IG searches, but to add the “post” to the linky party you need to copy and paste the photo’s url (just like we would on Flickr) rather than our blog post url and then everyone can see it linked up :) So if you’d like to link up from IG, you are very welcome :)
When I finished my coloured yoke cardigan (Wool on Sundays – 32), my camera was being repaired so I couldn’t take proper photos and neither have I given proper credits for this. Now I have the camera back so I thought I’d give the stats. I used a chart from a free Lopi Pattern. It is called the 20th Anniversary sweater and is available in English and French.
I used 4mm needles, the grey, blue and charcoal wools are Drops Karisma (dk weight) and for the other colours I used two stands of Drops Fabel (4ply weight), which I had left over from my miniature knits for the Granny Square, Knit and Purl characters. Two strands of 4ply should equal one strand of aran weight so that really shouldn’t have worked and I expected the tension might all go horribly wrong and that I’d have to frog the whole yoke.
But I’m very happy to report that it all worked together very evenly. I didn’t, however, make much of a dent in the 4ply so you’ll be seeing these colours again…
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Thanks to Sarah for the IG info :)
Wishing you a happy week and yarnful :)
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14 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 37 (stats on the Icelandic Cardigan)”
Susan at TheBoredZombie.com
oh that's pretty! I really love the rows closest to the collar. Makes such a nice draw for the eye. Congrats on the finish!
Very nice. I can't remember if you mentioned it, but is this for you? (I notice that there are two different people wearing it in the photos).
You are just too, too clever! Your cardigan is pretty…..WOW! Love the colours and such neat fair isle knitting. 'Tis perfect!
How pretty. The way you have carried your extra yarns behind looks perfect. Happy week to you
The cardigan is lovely the fair Isle is perfect and the colours look so good! :)
the cardigan is lovely! you are a very accomplished knitter!
Nat at Made in Home
It is amazing!
You're so clever! Fair Isle has always been beyond me. Just perfect, as usual.
Beautiful cardigan for fall! Great job!
Gorgeous cardi, really nice colours, glad you have more and look forward to seeing what else you make with them.
Thanks for dropping by and leaving such sweet comments regarding my vintage trailers. I do love anything vintage!! I just had to pop by and let you know what an amazing artist you are with the yarn!!! Love the sweater!!!! GREAT JOB!!!
Archie the wonder dog
I love your colour arrangement and your knitting is so perfect. Stunning cardigan, Janine! You are really inspiring me to start a small fair isle knitting project :)