Hedgehog Knits

Adventures in knitting from the eastern edge of Canada.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

I caved.


The Lady of the Lake is a tempting gal. After I took the kit out to photograph it, I couldn't put it back in the cupboard. I have officially put Gatsby Girl into hibernation to await some cooler weather (summer is short in Newfoundland, so it won't be long before I'll want a long-sleeved wool sweater) and delved into the Lake.


The jacket is knit as one big piece, with sleeves added after. It's going very quickly. It looks very short, but through the wonder of Ravelry I find that several people have already remarked on how much this pattern grows in length during blocking. It still seems a bit bright for my taste, but I think that it's growing on me more and more. Time will tell...

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Blogger Marianne said...

Yay!
Unless it's just a whole lot brighter than what's showing here... well, it just doesn't seem too bright, I think it's gorgeous!
Those fast knits can be so much fun!

9:04 AM  
Blogger Sarah said...

No wonder you caved, looks fantastic

12:11 PM  

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