only 2 colours (i need to practice, practice , practice
to be good in this technique)
started with a provisional co to work the yoke first
and bottom up (to check my decrease rounds for yoke shaping)
then unravelled the provisional co to work the rest of the
sweater topdown - to be able to put it on and see how it fits.
this was a pretty good way i think....
need to check my notes and hopefully i am able to write
a pattern down (not sure)
i have ordered some more colours of this yarn....there is
a cardi in my mind which wants to be knitted :)
otherwise i am occupied with sorting out my little home
it's curious how many things you can store in a house
you don't need at all!
renovation will start in april and we need to move
(and we don't have a flat to rent yet!!! ),
there are some serious things to do here in this house...
it's a very, very old house (built in 1789) and no one knows
what to expect....
our architect (a good, good friend of us) estimated a renovation time of nearly 1 year!!!! hopefully it will take not that time.
oooh, but it will be worth this effort, i'm sure.
there will be new and bigger windows, new floors, a new
heating, a new roof, the use of the rooms will change
(our kitchen will move to the other side of the house!)
...and so on
think i will post more renovation related things this year
hope you are all coming with me this year