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Thursday, February 21, 2008

Teletubbie Sweater

I finished the Teletubbie leftover sweater. It was a quick and easy knit. I knit from sleeve to sleeve so I could get those vertical stripes on the front and all I had to do when I was finished knitting was seam up the sides and the sleeves. I made the neck a little too big but it is perfect to go over a turtleneck or another shirt. I used Caron Simply Soft (it is really soft and cheap) and the bamboo yarn from a swap. This sweater cost me $0. Pretty darn good! Even Carl was muy impressed.


  1. Janet1:24 PM

    Oh, that is so adorable! Well done. I like the way you did her hair.

    PS. Doesn't Carl ever read your blog??

  2. So impressed...You are so good at that. Once I learned to knit in young womens and started a project that was supposed to be a baby blanket for my child one day. It ended up a very long shoe string and that is the extent of knitting in my life. I look at this and wonder... "How on Earth? I saw the beginning of this like a week ago if that?" Obviously I missed out not pursuing that shoe string further. Like enough to turn around... It looks darling! Great job!

  3. This is so cute! You are too talented.

  4. Janet- Carl rarely reads my blog. In fact, he usually only does when I ask him to read a post. I think he figures that he "lives it" so he doesn't need to read about it. Eric calls him sometimes at work to tell him stuff I write about him, though.

  5. That sweater turned out so cute. What a lucky little girl to have such a talented momma.

  6. I love that sweater. Cute, cute, cute.

  7. This is the perfect end of winter sweater. It's so cheery!

    The model really makes it though. Work it girl!

  8. Very cute Christy. It looks really good on Eva.