Saturday, November 1, 2008

FO: Equinox Yoke Pullover

It's finished! And I love how it turned out.



I've wanted to make this sweater since seeing it on the cover of Interweave Knits Fall 2006.



And, even though I look like I feel so-so about this sweater in the above photo, let me assure you I do not. I just am able to make some weird faces in photos at times.

So, the details:

Pattern: Equinox Yoke Pullover by Michele Rose Orne from Interweave Knits Fall 2006
Yarn: Cascade 220 Wool - Color 3462, purple, 4 skeins, and one skein each of 8884 (dark burgundy), 4147B (pale yellow), 8401 (medium gray-green heather), 7829 (medium red), 7824 (orange red), 8400 (dark gray-brown heather), 8010 (light tan heather), 2453 (red-brown heather), Berocco Ultra Alpaca 6275
Needles: US 6 & US 4



So, modifications. I knit the sleeves in the round, and cast on eight less stitches than specified in the pattern (they were coming out huge). I also knit the sweater in the round, using the instructions for holding the underarm stitches from the Cactus Blossom Pullover in Knitscene Fall 2007. I did a few extra decreases at the neck because the neckline was a little wide for my taste.



I hope you all have a gret weekend! I'll be casting on for my Norovember & NaKniSweMo projects - more on that next time :)

6 comments:

Rebekah said...

This is gorgeous! It looks great on you! Can't wait to see your NaKniSweMo and November projects. I'm casting on for the February Lady Sweater today :)

caitlyn said...

It looks fabulous on you! Great job!

Oiyi said...

Wow, it is so impressive looking.

Beate said...

Its a beautiful sweather- colors look great on you. I also like your blog.

Beate said...

Its a beautiful sweather- colors look great on you. I also like your blog.

Octopus Knits said...

Beautiful job! It looks wonderful on you :)