I love this song, so couldn’t resist including it in this post about how my cardigan is (excuse the pun) shaping up.
I’m hard at work (during my lunch break) shaping the sides, v-neck, armholes and neck of the left front of my Whispers cardigan. Quite challenging if you have to make the left front a mirror of the right front, and the pattern only provides instructions for the right, but I managed it and have only a few rows to go.
At least the two sides look the same – if they’re both wrong, I can call it a “design modification”.
P.S. I got my cotton drawstring bag at Knit Nation 2011, and the cute doodley bird pin was a surprise gift from my blogworld friend, Lynn Holland.
Elsa van Niekerk said:
Dis ‘n baie mooi kleur. Sien uit om ‘n foto van die eindproduk te sien. Regtig mooi
Thanks Elsa. The yarn is Garnstudio BabyAlpaca Silk in grey-blue. It’s a dream to work with!
Your cardigan is looking really good, it’s a lovely colour. Doodly Bird blends in quite well. Thanks for the mention and link that’s so nice of you.
Have a lovely Easter.
Hook N' Yarn Creations said:
I LOVE this song!
By the way, I nominated you for a blog award.
Thank you very much!!! I like reading your seven interesting fact. I too have never had a professional pedicure.
Sandra (Cherry Heart) said:
Thanks for your lovely comment on my blanket today! 🙂
Edna Botha said:
Ja – nee, dis ‘n pragtige lied. Is mos in elk geval lief vir akoestiese musiek. Glad you’re on the second side. Enjoy working with the beautiful colour and yarn.
Thanks! Starting with the sleeves tonight. Very egg-cited. Get it? Easter and all that? 🙂