Phyllo Yoked Pullover

Wow, two new FOs in just a little over a week!

 phyllo pullover

 phyllo pullover back

yoke detail flat

Lucky for me my husband/FO photographer will be back soon, so I'll hopefully have not so crooked pictures in the near future! But you get the idea...

Pattern:Phyllo Yoked Pullover from Knitting Nature
Yarn: Rowan Calmer in Laurel, 8 balls for the smallest size at a tighter gauge
Notes: This one was another lesson in yarn buying - I kind of forgot that knitting something at a different gauge will require a different amount of yarn.  And it didn't help that I purchased a discontinued color of Calmer online and didn't start the sweater until about a year later.  So I ended up with this, but luckily Sarah came to my rescue with the right dye lot! 

Good thing that I persevered - I really love the sweater!  It fits great, and the yarn is so soft and comfortable.  The yoke pattern was a bit confusing to me, but with the help of the picture in the book I was able to figure it out.  I highly recommend this knit!


Look at that drape! What a gorgeous sweater.

But the bigger news is that hubby will be home soon, yay!

Posted by: del | 07/30/2008

It's lovely! Calmer is a great yarn for our climate, too. Nice job.

Posted by: Elizabeth | 07/30/2008

So lovely--I love the idea of using Calmer for this. Thanks for the tip!

Posted by: soknitpicky | 07/30/2008

This is awesome - it looks great on you!

Posted by: Susan | 07/30/2008

Beautiful knitting, fabulous fit. And the new yarn looks like it is a perfect match!

Will it ever get cool enough to wear? These 100+ temps are a bit much!

Posted by: Ceci | 08/01/2008

It looks very lovely. After seeing yours in person, I found myself contemplating the pattern. Someday! too much on my knitting plate right now.

Posted by: Katharine | 08/04/2008

I've finally gotten around to reading the blogroll again. Your Phyllo looks GREAT! I'm really tempted to make one for myself. (You'll be proud of me--I just started a sweater this past weekend--in cotton! I'll let you know how it turns out.)

Posted by: seedless grape | 08/27/2008

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