I'm having serious issues with sweaters lately. I see so many I want to knit, and my desire for smaller (easier! faster!) items like socks, shawls, and hats has totally waned. It's kind of disappointing, actually, because I want to be a versatile knitter, and I'd like to get more gratification than sweater knitting affords. In this fast-paced world of now! now! now!, can't a girl just want a fingering weight sweater to fly off the needles in a week? I'm not that good.
So shame on me for queuing (and loving) yet ANOTHER sweater.
Fuse cardigan. This pattern was designed by Veronik Avery for Jared Flood/ Brooklyn Tweed. Damn, you, Flood! I'm not even done with your Brownstone, and you're already weaseling your way back into my project bag!
This cardigan is so gorgeous, knit in a worsted weight, which makes it a cute little spring jacket or a nice winter layering piece. What's particularly compelling is the front, which is achieved by pulling corner of the front upward, creating the drapey cowl and sexy diagonal line across the front:
I love the way it all comes together at the neck, though. Gorgeous:
Okay, have a great day! Don't forget to check out the stitch markers in my newest giveaway!