You slow poke!?! I have this picture of sparks flying in your apartment as your needles gnash this work out. I am working on a similar tweedy (silky wool) cabled cardigan in charcoal, but it's not going as fast as yours -- and I really want to get a blog going, but haven't mastered that yet. You are wonderful encouragement...thanks, Bradford firstname.lastname@example.org
While I know you said it was forest green with blue and red specks, on my Mac it looks more like chocolate with blue/orange/yellow specking, which of course, would make a beautiful autumnal combination! But colour shading aside, a lovely piece of work.
*bows before your excellence* are you drinking pure caffeine? Such beauty and speed....I must master the execution of perfect cabling techniques in addition to my already well rehearsed stockinetted, its tightly knit majesty. Bravo good sir!
What PLANET are you from? LOL. I can't believe you can whip those cables out so fast and so nicely. It looks chocolatey brown on my mac. too, but Sunday Morning shot with the coffee looks more forest green. What ever shade it is, it is gorgeous, and I can't wait to see more. There is nothing like great knitting done with beautiful tweed. Thank you for posting this!!!!! Made my day.
you are one knitting machine. is it passap for a last name???? this is lovely. the yarn is lovely and i am envious of the variety of wools you can get. i suppose the quality is a bit like rowan yorkshire tweed, isn't it????
This looks fabulous so far! Aren't you glad you swatched!? All the swatch haters out there take note: It pays to be patient, especially when it comes to complicated sweaters. I've learned a valuable lesson here today and you saved me from learning it the hard way. Thanks Brooklyn Tweed!! Man what a cornball message... ha!
I've only recently come across your blog and I'm just setting up one of my own. Am just in process of adding a link to yours from mine, so that anyone who stumbles across my very amateur dabblings (both blog and knit) gets to see how it should be done: beautiful work (completed blindingly quick, e.g. this jumper), gorgeous photos and regular updates!