There’s a reason why I named this pattern the Everyday Cardigan. It’s the perfect, non-fussy design to wear to work over a blouse, to put on over a t-shirt while hanging out at home, or to pair with a swingy knit dress for a weekend party. I’ve knit several, but this is only the second one I’m keeping for myself. It’s tweedy, and exactly what I was looking for!Read More: It’s a Cardigan you can wear Everyday
This week has been all about the sweater. When I wasn’t working my Day Job or working on Polka Dot Cottage stuff, or doing Household Tasks, it was all about finishing and then wearing my newest Everyday Cardigan.Read More: TWiP: Knitterly
I think it’s safe to say that Fall has arrived. I’ve been enjoying the sweater weather.Read More: TWiP: A Seasonal Shift
I’ve been busy this week, and time has gone by pretty quickly.Read More: TWiP: Busy
I am not having a whole lot of luck in the selfish knitting department. Allow me to present my latest example.Read More: My huge sweater
I seem to be able to think of nothing other than knitting Everyday Cardigans in All. Of. The. Tiny. Sizes. lately…Read More: My mind’s single track
The knitting is complete, so today we’ll wrap things up by talking about finishing: weaving in ends, sewing on buttons, blocking, etc.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: finishing up!
Woo hoo! After this sleeve, the knitting is completely finished!Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: the other sleeve
This week we’re working on the first sleeve, and working with double-pointed needles.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: the first sleeve
This week’s lesson shows you how to finish up the ribbing on the body and bind off.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: Finishing the body!