Created by: Sister CG
Project

Artemisia Sweater

What are you most proud of? That I changed the pattern proportions, checked gauge carefully so it really came out to exactly the right measurements, researched the best way to block this particular yarn (40% extrafine Merino wool, 30% microfiber, 20% milk protein and 10% silk) -- and of course that the (nearly) finished project is one I can be proud of having created! What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you consider yourself a beginner, this is a beautiful way to move forward in knitting experience without being discouraged. Lots of good help available from class teacher as well as students, too.

You Can Make This

Sister CG made Artemisia Sweater with:

The Seamless Artemisia Sweater

Online Class

The Seamless Artemisia Sweater

with Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark

  • Queensland Collection Leche US5 and US6 circulars (Dreamz)

Project Description

What are you most proud of? That I changed the pattern proportions, checked gauge carefully so it really came out to exactly the right measurements, researched the best way to block this particular yarn (40% extrafine Merino wool, 30% microfiber, 20% milk protein and 10% silk) -- and of course that the (nearly) finished project is one I can be proud of having created! What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you consider yourself a beginner, this is a beautiful way to move forward in knitting experience without being discouraged. Lots of good help available from class teacher as well as students, too.

Q&A with Sister CG

Cyndisal asked:
It looks impecable! Congrats..
Sister CG answered:
Thanks! I love this pattern ... 8-)

Skill Level

Beginner