Friday, 18 December 2015

FO Friday Fun


This week I also have something finished to share with you.

I have managed to complete my Silver Haze Cardigan!

It was a wonderful bulky knit which I modified in that I knit it in one piece and in the round (my favourite to knit any kind of pullover :))

silver haze drops

silver haze garnstudio

silver haze drops andes

I knit the project in Drops Andes and love how squishy it is after it's first wash.

I decided that I would make my own buttons for this project and I like the way they turned out.

I guess I could have made them a colour that would have been closer to that of the cardigan, but somehow I really like how they stand out on the FO.
Perhaps they will start to become odd-looking in the future, but then I will make some others that I can appreciate again :)

What have you managed to finish this week?

Feel free to link up your finished objects for the week below.

See you next time.
x


4 comments:

  1. Nice cardigan. You can always change the buttons, but I like them. Have a nice weekend. Regula

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    1. Hi Regula,
      Yes, that is what I thought too, and I really do like them and have received quite a couple of nice comments about them too :)
      Have a super weekend.
      x

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  2. Oi Natalie!Vim te desejar um Feliz Natal e um Próspero Ano Novo!Beijo

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    1. Hi Arlete,
      Thank you for your wonderful Christmas wishes.
      I wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy new year too :)
      x

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