Sunday, March 16, 2008
Prototype, or One Last One
I was able to get my vests in the mail yesterday.
I had last bits of several colors of lopi-type yarn. Surely enough to make one more little vest.
On a wing and a prayer, I put together this little number.
So, what do you think?
Me either. But I believe the design has potential.
Initially, I thought that I would just be all random and all, then sensibility kicked in. I had just a couple of yards of the really nice yellow and the equally nice cranberry so I got a little less random and a little more formal and went for symmetry.
The back shows the issues that developed from my initial randomness.
I'm not crazy about the very wideness of the pink. (FWIW, that pink color came from overdyeing almond wool with grape Kool-ade, I think!)
I'm not all that crazy about the seaming either. I should have cast on provisionally.
And that's why this is only a prototype. And why I took photos. I will learn from this one and go for something that I can share pattern-wise at a later date.
The one thing that I did that I really like, though, is the scoopedness of the neckline (rather than the boat-neck that I used on the other three sweaters for Children In Common).
I think this will make the sweater easier to get on and more comfortable to wear.
I will definitely incorporate this neckline into the final product.
And on another note, I got this in my email yesterday:
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