Archive for the ‘Cross Your Heart Sweater’ Category


knittedyarns 2007 – The Year in Yarn

Looking back, 2007 was a year where my knitting made significant progress. When I consider the projects that I completed this year, I wonder where I found the time to make them all! By category, here are my 2007 finished objects: SWEATERS Black and Red with Fair Isle Crewneck Sweater – Made from Karabella cashmere […]

knittedyarns Cross Your Heart Sweater-No Longer UFO!

The Cross Your Heart Sweater has been in the UFO pile since I lost interest after I finished the knitting. Having pinned the pieces in place to see how the piece would look finished, I realized that despite the use of alpaca, the sweater is waaaaay too itchy for me. This didn’t helped my motivation […]

knittedyarns One Arm Bandit – Sweater in Progress

The less than optimal weather contributed to this sweater’s completion. I finished one of the sleeves of the Cross My Heart Sweater. Here’s how it looks pinned in place.  The other sleeve is making slow progress as train and subway knitting. While I was adding rows to the second sleeve, another woman was knitting at […]

knittedyarns Cross Your Heart Sweater

As part of my vacation knitting, I am knitting what I call the Cross Your Heart Sweater. It’s my adaption of a design element in a Rowan pattern.  The main design element of this sweater is the 180 degree twist of the knitted rectangle for the sweater front.  I liked the twist and how it created more femine shaping.  The twist meant […]