I have been working on the Seaglass vest
in that rich warm lichen green from Cascade 220 (it could be Yakima Heather instead of lichen) It looked like this a few weeks ago and
it looks exactly the same now, just a little longer.
The pattern is from the Summer 2010 issue of Knitter's magazine. I have not knit from Knitters much, and though there is every possibility that the problems I am having with the pattern are because I am knitting fronts and backs together, rather than flat as they do, but this is a pretty awkwardly written pattern.
Or it could be that I have had to do a little bit of gozinta-ing to the bottom so that it sits nicely on me when done.
Or it could be that it needed to be a lot longer...
Or it could be that I am just not that great at reading patterns...
But man, this is an awkwardly written pattern. Awkward, not bad. Just something awkward about it.
Still, I am getting there. It is looking like it should. I think. I'm just at the point where I have to do the underarm decreases, at the same time as I am decreasing and moving the pattern along at the neckline. (Makes no sense, but you will see what I mean when it is done) I ought to have more to show you on Wednesday. I'm kind of hoping to be done by Wednesday.
Might be overly optimistic.