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Pumpkin Spook


Pattern: None, just used Elizabeth Zimmerman's Knitting without Tears, using her seamless hybrid suggestions (Brooklyn Tweed reminded me of this sweater with his fantastic version). I threw in a cable I found in a book somewhere (I think it was Walker, but I can't swear to this) on the sleeves, and ran them up the middle. I planned on steeking it and making a cardie, which I might still, but right now I like it like this.
Gauge: 4st/inch
Needles: 5US
Yarn: Mega Stoppino Fuso 603 (darker) and Mega Stoppino 208 (the lighter orange) by Lana Grossa. Probably used about 10 balls total, 900 metres.

I LOVE the color. Here's a pretty true shot of the color:




I love your blog! Your work is absolutly great! Knitting is so relaxing and fun! I will be back...

Wow. What great sweaters you knit. I am so impressed. I just happened to stumble upon your blog and----wow. Thanks for sharing all your great projects and info.

I'm sitting here in Maine, with two feet of snow on the ground and a HUGE smile on my face!Thanks for the PCH tour, the pics of your beautiful work and the peek inside your house and life.I can't decide which is more amazing...the knitting,or that you finish what you start. I'm still working on that.

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