Sunday, July 15, 2007

Dublin knitting

I had a lovely time in Dublin, with weather permitting!! Rain, rain and more rain!!! But rain does equal more knitting time, between entertaining 2 children :) I took something new with me. Ribs were calling to me, or was it the Cashmerino? So I started my Debbie Bliss Rib and Cable Cardigan. With the weather I may get more wear earlier than should be expected. I'm now on the straight section above the armhole decreases.



Progress picture.

Closeup of the Rib and Cable Detail. If you look closely (6th cable from left)you will see a little correction where I brought the cable forward instead of back and corrected it without frogging the whole few lines as kindly demonstrated on Spastic Shepherd Knits blog. :D

10 comments:

Aknita said...

Your rib and cable cardigan is looking wonderful, and what a lovely colour it is.

This rain is beginning to bug me!

tiennie said...

That is a beautiful color! Can't wait to see it all finished!

Sussex Yorkie said...

Lovely colour and very neat knitting, corrections included! You certainly don't let the grass grow. :)

LittleBerry said...

beautiful colour my favourite colour of green.... I like the little bit of cabling in the ribs makes it look so classy...

Knittings Nice! said...

Love the colour and the knitting is very neat.

Queen of the froggers. said...

It is going to be nice that cardigan!

Jo028 said...

Your ribbing is so neat, that is going to be a fab knit. Looking forward to seeing the FO!

Diane said...

the rain is getting to everyone....i just keep on knitting : )

that is a lovely colour for your cardigan

Lisa & Jacqui said...

Hi there :)

Sorry we missed you at the market this Sunday. We both would have loved to see the Cashmerino DK progress in person - we could all share our green knits!

The cardigan is looking absolutely lovely so far - I hope we'll see it again another day.

All the best for now...

Piglottie said...

Gil you knit so neatly! I love it and the colour is wonderful - very autumnal (like the weather) :)