This particular pattern is from a stack of patterns I have accumulated over the years. I had finished my previous project and was looking for a new one when I found that this cardigan had been marked with a post-it-note. I assumed that my elder daughter had marked it when she had been looking through the patterns so I took it upon myself to knit it as I had suitable wool in my stash.
I have completed this particular project in record time as I have been watching cricket while I do my knitting, that way I don’t feel guilty about sitting down all day to watch the cricket.
Today Michael Clarke made his 200 runs and Michael Hussey made 100 against the South Africans so it was a good day for the Australians. It was a good day for me as I finished the cardigan.
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Love that sweater! Loved the owl sweater from an earlier post. You’re so talented! Your needlework always looks perfect, and you must be a super speedy knitter!
Only speedy when the Tour de France is on television or the cricket!
I love your knitted items. I also knit while watching TV. No cricket on our TV 🙂
So cute for Maggie.Wish I had nimble fingers.However we got a new oven this week so now I can have fun baking again.
I leave the cooking to Swampy as it is not my forte.
Watching cricket and knitting at the same time? I’m getting used to reeling when I read your posts, you continue to astonish me with your incredible industry and talent.
Thank you Lorna. My dad used to say that I couldn’t sit still. I can as long as I am being productive!
That’s a lovely pattern, and you’ve done it great justice! I love knitting and watching TV too – like you, it makes me feel like I’m doing something useful!
What a gorgeous cardigan – wish I could knit! 🙂