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23 Responses

  1. Kirsten

    What is this knitting monogamy thing you speak of? This is a new concept for me. I must spend some time reasearching it. . . Does it take any special training? Perhaps a few years spent with the Dalai Lama or Yoda would help?

    Can’t wait to see your Printed Silk Cardigan. It is a pattern that really caught my eye in Interweave.

  2. Jody

    I love that pattern – seeing how great yours is coming out makes me want to make one! My Ravely queue is getting out of control!

  3. Zarah

    Congrats to your sister! (And don’t work! I know she will love that sweater! The color is gorgeous.)

  4. Zarah

    (you know what I mean!)

  5. connie

    I hope the sweater will be worth it too! I can’t wait to see a finished picture of it.

  6. Mystele

    gorgeous color!

  7. Nadia

    The color you picked for this is so beautiful! It’s a good Project Spectrum choice. I’ve had my eye on this pattern, too – I’m sure yours will be beautiful!

  8. Sarah

    Ooh poised for the exciting bit :o )

    It’s quite amazing the progress project monogamy brings isn’t it – I still have trouble practising it though so well done you for the dedication!

  9. Kristin

    The colour still amazes me – it’s so perfect for project spectrum fire, and such a wonderful shade of orange. I’m sure your sister will like it – who wouldn’t?

  10. del

    I’m envious of your project monogamy. I know the color is inspiring ME for sure.

  11. Cara

    wow that yarn is gorgeous–what an amazing colour!

  12. stacey

    oooh – that will be an amazing wedding with those colors! Right up my alley!! you are making great progress on the cardigan – I can’t wait to see the top patterning!

  13. Lin

    Your knitting is looking great. I feel the need for a large, monogomous project too but I have too many small ones on the go!

  14. jillian

    Sounds like the color gene runs in the family :) Congrats to your sis!

  15. Kat with a K

    It’s beautiful! My Ravelry queue is out of control as well…

  16. Nonnahs

    This sweater is going to be so lovely- and well worth the wait, I’m sure! That color makes me very happy!

  17. May

    Okay, I’m so glad I’m not the only one with big queues :)

  18. Lisa

    Looking forward to seeing the finished Printed Silk Cardigan!

    Your sister’s colors sound lovely – I think fall wedding colors are so beautiful.

  19. Mome-rath

    It’s funny for me to read about wedding-related details within a Project Spectrum post—the Tailor and I are getting married in May, and I’ve just settled upon a dress. It’s bright orange! (Too bad it will no longer be the Fire element in May!) I think you’re seriously influencing my tastes these days, lady! :)

    Best of luck to you on the cardigan, and to your sister in her search for the perfect gown!

  20. Alice

    Gorgeous! I am such a sucker for orange! Sounds like your sister has chosen lovely wedding colors as well…

  21. Janet

    I love it when an orange is JUST right. I love this — and you have my utmost admiration for sticking to all that 1×1 ribbing! It will be so lovely.

  22. Elysbeth

    This is lovely. And the hue is amazing.

  23. Marty

    Following your lead, I’m going to knit my printed silk cardigan in the round. How many stitches did you omit to take into consideration that there aren’t seams? I was thinking 1 on each side of each piece, or a total of 4 stitches (does that make sense?).

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