Sunday, April 20, 2014

an Easter sweater






I wasn't sure I would finish this sweater in time, but I did! It's the hatchling cardigan (a perfect spring sweater name, yes?) and it's just darling, I think. (Although I thought the picking up of stitches for the finishing might be my undoing). The sweet little buttons are from Wooly Moss Roots, and I used a naturally dyed yellow wool yarn. And do you see all that green we have all of a sudden? Thanks to a few evening rain showers. I hope you had a beautiful Easter, friends! 

7 comments:

  1. The sweater (as an Aussie I would call it a cardigan) is just lovely! The pattern is so pretty, and the colour is nice and cheery. I'm starting to think about winter knits here!

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  2. SO beautiful! The shale stitch and stockinette together are absolutely perfect!

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  3. Beautiful pattern for the sweater...such precious photos of your babies...

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  4. You've done a beautiful job on the sweater, it's divine. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia

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  5. What a lovely, sweet sweater for your equally lovely, sweet little girl! I love the buttons! Your children are just precious.

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  6. Love! What beautiful pictures! The sweater is lovely and thank you so much for linking to our buttons! :)

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  7. That is a precious sweater for a precious child! And yes, what a perfectly timely name for the pattern. Spring is quickly becoming summer....how did THAT happen?! ;)

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