I think you can guess what this is...!
Finally, my fuzzy ballet sweater is finished *grins* I stopped working on it before Christmas, to focus on gift knitting, and for some reason it took me ages to summon the motivation to pick it back up. Which was silly really, as it only needed a few inches of sleeve finishing and the ties for it to be complete.
I think part of my reluctance to finish it was because I didn't think I was going to like it and I wasn't sure it would fit. Luckily, I pushed on and finished and now I love it *laughs*
It's so much cuter than I thought it would be (even if the picture doesn't show it off as well as it should - I was a bit dopey this morning!)
It's really cosy thanks to the fuzziness.
Yarn: Kidsilk Aura (from stash!) - 5 balls
Pattern: Fuzzy Ballet Sweater
Modifications: Lots *laughs* because my yarn was a lot thinner than the one used in the pattern, I had to wing it with stitch counts. I should have written down what I did, but I just made it up as I went along ;) Luckily it worked out!
It's a bit too cold to wear it at the moment, as the view out of my window is dominated by snow, but I have a feeling this will be a perfect spring item. And it ticks off a few of my crafting goals - using stash, knitting garments and finishing WIPs *grins*
It's Friday, you know what to do by now... Visit Tami's, Natural Suburbia and Wisdom Begins in Wonder. Have a great weekend