Sunday, October 28, 2007

Central Park Hoodie!

Hey everyone! I know it's been a long time. I've been busy with life stuff lately, and have kinda neglected the blog. Bad blogger, no cookie! I haven't stopped knitting though, and I have several FO to show you!

First off, this post is about my beloved best new sweater, the Central Park Hoodie, from Knitscene, the Fall 2006 Issue.

I've been knitting on this sweater for a bit. It's been thisclose to being finished for awhile, all it needed were to have me find buttons, and knit the button band.


It's knit in Peace Fleece, using Addi US 6 for ribbing and US 8 for the body of the sweater. The Peace Fleece is a bit rough when it's being knitted up, but softens after washing. I didn't end up using all the yarn I purchased for this sweater--I think I still have 3 skeins left!


I love how this sweater turned out. It fits nicely, is toasty warm, and looks good too!


Decided to keep the hood plain, no cable running up the back.

Yay! Finished!


Thanks to Bernie for taking these photos, it's his first of many FO shots, I think. :)

8 comments:

Bryony Ramsden said...

That's cute :D Looks lovely and cosy and warm :)

Abi said...

OOOOOOOH! That looks amazing! I am so impressed. Great job!

I hope all is well for you -- I look forward to getting back to Seattle and seeing you guys!

Sunflower Farm said...

you are an amazing knitter I can only hope one day to be a knitter like that.

Terby said...

Cute! That looks like the kind of sweater you can live in. Great color and buttons, too.

Octopus Knits said...

Your CPH looks great on you and looks so warm and toasty!

knittingnurse said...

that looks great, so cosy and lovely. you've chosen a fantastic colour as well.

Denise said...

Your sweater looks wonderful! Just in time for our crisp sweater weather too.

It looks great on you!

goodkarma said...

Yay, I love it! That's such a pretty shade of blue for you. CPH is definitely on my to-knit list. It looks so cute on you! Perfect for fall, eh? Some people have said that they had to choose a larger size than they normally would because it "runs small"... what's your take on that? I think you chose a perfect size. :)