Oh it's really really lovely. You're soooo talented... (sea shells have made their way to Pyrenees...- Issa was so happy!!!! - Thanks a lot to Reece)
Thank you Sandra. So happy they arrived, and that Issa is enjoying them :)
Lovely finish my friend, and lovely pictures! Have a wonderful day. xo
Oh my that is so beautiful! I can see why you love it so much. I am going to check out the link! ;)And I love the door ornament you show. Looks perfect with the surroundings of lingering snow.
Thank you! It is the perfect cardigan. That is the gate that goes out to the "back forty". We added that ornament years ago, and love it!
It is so pretty Kim... mari
Love it! You did a great job! Does the pattern seem true to size? I want to knit on now. :)
Thanks! Yes, true to size. I have to admit though, I didn't knit a swatch first :)Definitely knit one, you will love it!
beautiful! and in a color I adore :) I think that the FLS is one of the best top down knitting sweaters.
I knew you would love the colour Karen. It is such a wonderful knit, can't wait to do another one.
I love it all Kim, the sweater, the buttons, the gate handles, all of it are just so beautiful. I have had the February Lady Sweater in my queue since I first learned to knit, but haveyet to cast on ,now seeing yours I will be casting on soon.
Awe, thank you Tracey. You definitely have to, you will love it!
What a beautiful sweater and a lovely interesting way of presenting it. Is that door on your land? Such a detailed handel on such rustic wood, I wonder what it looked like when it was brand new? Thank you for your beautiful card, it arrived today.
Thanks Emma. Yes, it is a gate that goes out to the "back forty". Justin found it years ago, and we thought it looked lovely on the gate. Justin made the gate out of old barn boards. Wow, that was quick!
it is lovely!!! I'm sure it looks wonderful on you. xoxo
Thanks Erica! xo
Love the color! Beautiful sweater. I also love the gate!
Your February Lady Sweater is beautiful!! I adore the color you picked for it! I made one for myself a while back and it is one of my favorites. The only thing I changed was the sleeve length, I made my sleeves longer.
Thanks Anke. And you see, I love it with the three quarter sleeves, that way they aren't getting in the way :)Definitely added to my favourite knit list :)
That is a gorgeous pattern and color! I like the buttons and it looks bright against the snow.
Thank you Darcel!
What a cool photo series...love that gate knob. AND gorgeous sweater. One of my favorite colors. Nice work!
Awe, thanks Andrea.
Beautiful, Kim! I especially love those handmade, I'm assuming ;), buttons. I've tried those myself quite a few times, but no matter what I do, they get huge cracks in our arid climate. I will try again someday, but for now I'll admire yours. Love the color too. Like Marigolds. I've been sitting on this pattern for a while, I even already have the yarn. I thought it would be perfect for my mother, who has been asking for a sweater for several years. I'm not quite disciplined enough to take on adult sweaters. Vests I can usually manage. Although, I'm on year two of one for John. Well, maybe if I cast on now I'll have them both down by Christmas!
Thanks Coco, and yes, handmade buttons. You can see a crack in one of them too, it happens. Yes, like marigolds, I like that :)I think you should go for it, it is an awesome knit, and if you start now, you could definitely have it finished in time :)
What a gorgeous colour. I love the buttons.
Just beautiful, Kim!!
Thanks so much Julie.
Oh wow! absolutely stunning!!! and all the photos are really nice :)Lluisa xoxo
Thank you! xo
It's beautiful - I love the colour, it's that lovely warm shade to brighten up the greyist of days and it looks wonderfully snuggly too!
Thanks Carie. It has been brightening up my days, and keeping me warm on the damp, cool days of spring.
Oh Kim, it's just gorgeous! Will you make me one?! Someday I hope to have half the knitting talent you do! Well done, dear friend! xo
Awe, thanks Shel! Hmmm...you know if you want one, we could chat about it :) Just keep those needles a clicking my friend, you will get there.xo
Oh thats gorgeous!
Thank you Taryn.
Love the handle, love the gate. It looks like the gateway to a secret garden. Love your knit Kim, the buttons, the pattern, gorgeous. I have this on my list of things to knit. I'm currently knitting the Tea Leaves Cardi in a gorgeous natural green and I'm loving it. Slowly but surely. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos. Much love xo
Awe, thank you Julie. I should look at the Tea Leaves Cardi, I think that would be a good one to knit too. Slowly but surely is the best way to go my friend.My pleasure, sending much love and hugs your way. xo
that is just so beautiful . Orange is so refreshing in winter
Thank you. And yes, refreshing, especially after the winter we have had :)
Kim, so glad to hear from you today. Our year has been long and unbelievable in many ways, but I'm slowly feeling a renewed hope. I have checked in occasionally with your blog and have enjoyed your beautiful work. Thanks for your kind comment today
It was lovely to see you in your space Kristen. I am glad hope has found you again, you will make it through this, and your strength will continue to grow.Hugs. xo
LOVE that color so much and the little buttons - and judging by the size I'm gonna say you are petite haha. I bet you look lovely in it!
I love it, so beautiful... I hope that I arrive to knit a wonderful sweater like that some day (for me for once) ! ;)
Thank you! Yes, you do need to knit one, and it has to be for you :)
Прекрасная работа! Браво! Очень красивый цвет!
What a gorgeous cardi Kim , I bet it looks beautiful on you . Such a warm, pretty color and love the textured pattern!
Thanks Camilla! I think after seeing your barn sweater, that just might be next for me :)
oh my... love that sweater... love that gate!! lovely stitching!!!
That sweater is stunning Kim. Oh my, those buttons. I like the gate very much too. :)
What a beautiful photo shoot there! Love the gate, love the sweater and love the buttons!
It is beautiful Kim, I love the colour! And the pictures!!
This is stunning!! You are inspiring me to finish mine!
Thanks Nicole. Can't wait to see yours :)