Welcome, again, to Wool on Sundays!
Can you believe it’s November already? And at last, we are back in wool weather. Frosty nights and misty mornings and time for the crochet blankets to come out from their Summer hiding and for dark evenings knitting in the Makery.
You may remember this being knitted…and unknitted.
And now it is knitted again and, I think, this may be my favourite knitting ever, though perhaps I always think that about my latest finish :)
The rib is: (Right side) k1, p2 to last stitch k1 | (Wrong side) p1, k2 to last stitch p1
The texture is: (Right side) k1, p1 to last stitch k1 | (Wrong side) k to end
The yoke pattern was from a chart I found on pinterest, which didn’t lead to a source and I fitted it all (with a few adjustments) into the free ‘Afmæli – 20-year Anniversary Sweater’ by Védís Jónsdóttir.
The yarn is West Yorkshire Spinners Aire Valley Aran. I bought it in a sale and I believe the colours have been discontinued.
I’m thinking that by knitting and unknitting and re-knitting. I could probably avoid ever having to buy yarn again, We shall see :)
The next Wool on Sundays will be on Sunday 2nd December.
Janine @ Rainbow Hare
6 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 158 (A Flower Yoke Cardigan)”
The yoke is fabulous, so beautiful and unique!
Your skill and talent with knitting needles is amazing to someone who can barely knit and purl. The yoke pattern really makes this sweater eye catching.
I adore yoke cardies and your patterned yoke cardie is a triumph, Janine. You truly are very clever!
soma @ whimsandfancies.com
It really ought to be your favourite knitting ever because it is stunning!! I thought your last cardi was pretty, but this one is amazing, Janine!!
Janine your new cardigan is absolutely stunning; such lovely details! You are so clever ( and patient) to have unraveled the previous garment and reknitted it into this beautiful garment.
A real stunner, Janine, well done! I used to attempt this type of thing ….. but not any more!