My Oxbow cardigan is growing, and as it does, it is growing into a clearly identifiable sweater object. I don’t know that I’m doing the decreases the way the designer intended, but if anything is messed up, it’ll be by the edge and probably not as noticeable. The main body of the sweater I’ve managed to keep in pattern, for the most part. There is a section of about 10 stitches on one upper arm/shoulder that morphed into about six rows of ribbing but whatever, I’m not bothered. This is meant to be a cozy comfy sweater anyway, and the texture will help hide errors.
Looking at the photo now, I think I spotted another section that got a bit messed up. Oops. I’m hoping to get through all the decreases today and maybe even pick up for the ribbing. Wouldn’t it be something if I could get this done over the long weekend??
It does look really comfy and pretty! Love the color and texture 🙂
I hope you get this done over the long weekend. I’m sure you will enjoy wearing it!
What you’ve done looks great! Keep going 🧶👏
I love the colour and it looks like it will be cosy. I made some errors on my Chimney Fire cardigan and was sure it would drive me crazy but now I have forgotten where they are. So don’t worry if you have made a mistake…just makes it more handmade.
You are soooo close!
That’s a great color! It looks really comfy.
Thanks! Crazy to believe this is my first purple cardigan!