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Mork

March 20

Why is it I’m always a season behind in my knitting? Ah well, there’s just enough winter-ish snow for this lovely, warm sweater to be useful for another week or so. “Mork” is designed by Julia Farwell-Clay. I love patterns that are both relaxing to knit and also interesting. Worked in worsted weight, the knitting progressed quickly, while the cables kept my interest.

Knitting Mork sweater

Even the back is filled beautifully with cabling and a just-right icord edge.

Mork Back 2-2

I used Rowan Pure Wool Worsted for this project. I was worried it might be a bit scratchy, but it softened nicely with washing.

One Comment to

“Mork”

  1. On March 22nd, 2015 at 11:18 am Judi P Says:

    Poorly timed completion is one of my knitting challenges, too, Audrey! I speak from experience when I say that it will be fun to have something fresh and “new” to pull out of the drawer next Fall, though!

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