Saturday, January 5

Mr Greenjeans I "heart" you!






I really do, so far anyways! I've only got 3 1/2 inches to go on the body then the arms. I am worried about having enough yarn though. I have my LYS ordering more roving and it was on back order, until the middle of Jan. I'm hoping that I won't need it(for mr. greenjeans).



I'm a bit farther on it than this picture. Try and picture it in natural light... Hubby took this and it was getting dark out so we had to use the flash. I don't like flash
and would rather use the natural light but had to have a modeled pic... So you see my dilemma...




The cables, Love em! Love this yarn, I'm not really sure if it's because I spun it or just because its so darn pretty. Either way I'm so lovin this sweater and yarn combo!Mmm mmm good!












The cables are also part of my project 365...

Day 5 (Jan 5th)
Cable-ing without a cable needle! It was described in the pattern and is soooo easy! It makes things go quickly too!Just one more knitting skill I've learned :o)



Just a little update for you all, Hope your having a good weekend!

7 comments:

Allena said...

love it! you're knitting really fast!

Kimberly said...

I love it too. I can understand why you love it-the color is great and when it's your own yarn-yum!!! I have that pattern on my list too-I can't wait to see yours done. Your yarn is gorgeous.

Karen said...

So pretty!!! I love cabling without a cable needle too. So much fun and easier once you get the hang of it. :)

Sonya said...

You are flying through that project! I still haven't gotten used to cabling without a needle. I'll have to see how the Greenjeans pattern says to do it.

sue said...

You have knitted it up so quickly, and it looks great. I hope you have enough yarn to finish it.

DawnK said...

Your sweater is looking good! That yarn is a pretty picture, too! I love pictures of little bitty toes and fingers! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Samantha said...

The sweater looks great. I hope you have enough yarn (or can get more). I love cableing without a cable needle. It is so much easier and faster to do it that way.