I didn’t think so. Well, not only was I knitting it, I am done. And yes, I know this picture is upside down (I tried rotating the picture but it looked freakish right side up):
This sweater knit up FAST. It took me around 2 weeks to complete. (And I wasn’t even monogamous.) I guess that is what happens when you have lots of stockinette in the round and size 7 needles. I’ll give you the full reveal and all my notes after the sweater is blocked but I will say now how good it feels to finish something. For me.
I really am a quite selfish knitter at heart.
The following 14 comments were originally left at blogspirit:
Looks so cute! Simple elegance.
Jumper looks lovely. I’m thinking about knitting it for me. I’m a totally selfish knitter. In the UK whilst knitting is the “in thing” my family hasn’t taken to it, so I’m free to knot for ME….and only ME. O the joy, now all I have to do is finish something. I currently have start-i-tist which is quite painful as I have about 4 things on needles at the moment with several others in the pipeline.
It looks great blocking! I can’t wait to see it modeled.
Nothing wrong with knitting your yourself. After Cobblestone you deserve several sweaters!
Awesome shape and color for you!
Sneaky — presenting a fait accompli! It’s such an elegantly simple sweater with just the right amount of embellishment.
That looks gorgeous!! It looks like it turned out really well. Can’t wait for the modelled FO shots!! I’m going to be starting mine soon- as soon as the yarn arrives in the post….
Hey, I’m working on that, too! 🙂 Except that as my row gauge is completely off, I’m knitting it as a bottom-up raglan. Hopefully, that won’t end in tears. 😉
Wow – when’s the modeled shot?!
Oh the suspense is killing me! Try on! Try on!
It’s beautiful! I want to see your pretty modeled shot!
wow, I cannot believe how fast you finished that sweater!!! I can’t wait to see how it fits. It looks beautiful even upside down 🙂
Are you STILL deciding which photo to post?