Sunday, February 24, 2008


Finished and field tested.


Pattern: Skyline by Hanne Falkenberg
Yarn: Hanne Falkenberg Shetland No. 2
Needles: 2.5 and 3.0 mm Ebony Holz & Stein, 3.0 addi Turbo Lace
Size: Large
Started: October 4, 2007
Finished: February 21, 2008

Modifications: None. Prior to blocking I had entertained the idea of lengthening the sleeves. They grew significantly in the blocking process and are 2-3 inches too long. I may attempt fulling it slightly to see if I can reduce some of the length. One side is not longer than the other. I did a bad job of adjusting it when the photos were being taken.

This weekend I was at the beach for the VFW/Ladies Auxiliary Spring Conference and the drawing for the shawl. Remarkbly I won my own shawl and before I could say anything a member of our post had donated it back and a new drawing was held. The winner lives right here in Columbia and is a good friend of my mom. I'm glad to know that it is going to a good home. I was a little agitated at first, no a lot agitated, but truth be told I can always make another.

I finally made it to Knitting Up A Storm in North Myrtle Beach. Dianne the shop owner was very nice and kept the store open since we were on the way. I purchased some summer weight yarns for shells for mom, a skein of sock yarn and a Lantern Moon bag. Mom gifted me with another style of Lantern Moon bag which was a big surprise. If you're in the area be sure to pay a visit.


Julia Zahle said...

Wow - It looks great on you!! It is a big knitting projekt, so welld one!!

Vera said...

Great job on Skyline. My MIL lives only a few minutes away from Knitting Up A Storm.

Donna said...

That's an interesting cardigan. It looks really nice on you, and the colors are pretty.

Monika said...

Very nice cardigan! Fits you very well.

Acornbud said...

Nice work on a grand project. Fits perfectily!

The socklady said...

Perfect and it really does look good on you. Nice work.

Becky said...

Wow, that looks wonderful on you!! Congrats!

Carolyn said...

Wow! I am always impressed by the quality and quantity of your knitting. Skyline looks great and is very flattering to you.

Unknown said...

I am very new at this blogging!!
Do you have any idea of the number of grams or yardage for the individual yarns in your Skyline Jacket, mainly the primary color way? I have the pattern and I have a suitcase full of Harrisville Shetland yarn......
Thanks for your help
Mary Ann