There are distinct stages in sweater knitting – places where you can take a look and feel satisfied with your progress. A good thing too because a sweater is a long project. Taking the time to sit back and congratulate yourself makes it all worthwhile.
Getting started with all the adventure ahead of you – that’s the easy part.
There’s a point where it seems to become a sweater and not some random bit of knitting. For this pullover, it was joining it up at the bottom of the V.
Trying something new is also fun. The idea to work the steeks was not what I had planned for this construction. But why not?
Getting the sleeves done is always a relief. Once the sleeves are there it really is a garment. These are 3/4 length so not long at all. Yay.
Now I’m coasting down to the bottom and wondering how long I really need this sweater to be. I’d like to be done. This is where I need to buckle down and keep going.
I’m so close to being finished. Now I’m looking to cast on something new. Hmmm.
Gauge-free and Any Gauge patterns by Deb https://www.ravelry.com/stores/debgemmellmods
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