Friday, November 30, 2007

The End of November



Knitting a sweater in the month of November (NaKniSweMo) is now a tradition for me, as is the exercise of posting every day this month (NaBloPoMo). This year's sweater also meets the requirements for Norovember. This afternoon during a lovely walk by the creek, I got to enjoy it:









14 comments:

Ruth said...

Just beautiful! Well done.

Mrs Knitaddict said...

Looks great on you! and plenty of work in it. Congrats!
Dolly

Sue said...

Congratulations, it's beautiful! And I love that picture of you and your son looking over the bridge rail.

Sheepish Annie said...

Wow!!! That is beautiful... Nicely done!

shortoldlady said...

What a wonderful finish! It's absolutely lovely. Wear it in good health!

SaraSkates said...

It's beautiful

Panhandle Jane said...

That is a beautiful sweater. Your color choices are outstanding, and, no, they are not wild at all. I, for one, would appreciate any more details you care to share.

Mikaiya said...

It is so lovely! Can't wait to see it in person.

Carrie said...

What a surprise to see you online! I love your stunning sweater and I hope to get to see it in person. It is just the thing to chase off the chill in the air. Maybe we could get the boys together sometime?

The Purloined Letter said...

Hey--which Carrie are you? (I can't access your Blogger profile and I don't have your email address either--but I'm quite curious!)

MinxKnits said...

wowsers - that's AMAZING!

Carrie said...

Hee Hee, it is fellow homeschooling, knitting, former LLL Leader Carrie. (Mom to Meridian, Walden and Phoenix!) I don't have a blog, because my knitting progress is so slow and I can't seem to find the time to even keep up with my email. I love reading them though, and I'm very excited to have found yours. Your knitting is so beautiful.

Ingrid said...

Its just spectacular! Wear it with pride.

Misstea said...

I believe you said, in an earlier post, that you thought it might be too busy, or loud, for your taste.

Stretch your style boundaries, I say!

That is an absolutely stunning sweater, and you should wear it with pride.

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