Thursday, January 17, 2013

Clothed in Scarlet

This is as basic and classic as you can get. It's a Seamless Raglan   Sweater from Knitting Without Tears.  While it's kind of a basic knit, I'm really happy with the way it turned out.

I was asked to use a knitted hem and a 1x1 rib with rolled stockinette neckline.

Yes, it's 100% wool, as I think he's old enough to care for a wool sweater properly now.  I did go with my usual Wool of the Andes from Knitpicks.



  • Very nice! Love Red in a sweater! Lucky he.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:40 PM  

  • Beautiful work.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:44 AM  

  • and it is gorgeous.

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    By Blogger kathy b, at 4:06 PM  

  • I hope he liked it I would!

    By Blogger Roslyn Atwood, at 2:20 PM  

  • Love it! Red is one of my favorite colors!

    By Blogger Pearl Blay, at 6:11 PM  

  • Love the color! Being able to make and wear your own clothes is awesome! Thanks for taking the time to let me know how much you enjoy my blog!

    By Blogger Pearl Blay, at 11:40 AM  


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  • Um, the last comment is hard to follow...but I have to say the sweater is very handsome!

    Thanks for commenting on my Flat Rats!


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:15 PM  

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