Your work is beautiful!
Another lovely job done. I too like working in the round, but I never got the hang of double pointed needle sets. I've just discovered the 25cm circular needles and have kitted a couple of pairs of socks using them. May try sleeves with them at some stage.
I've knitted numerous socks on DP needles - the first at school aged 9. Avoiding 'ladders' did not come easy. What I love about the circular needles is you don't accidentally drop one, especially handy when travelling in a coach or the car. :)
Stunning work Martine, I just am in awe of your skills. I've never used knitting needles in the round so to speak. I prefer crochet, but haven't done any for a long time. Love the colour of this jumper. Love Chris
Love it Martine......I, too like doing both sleeves at once to make them identical and have used the magic loop......it seems confusing until you do it, then you get a rhythm.......
It is indeed fairly easy and if I skip an increase I skip it in both so it does not matter :)
LOL......you are so right!!
Love this!! I wish I had the skill!!! Your talent is amazing!! Hugs, Laura
Thank you so much.
Lovely result. You are soldiering on in that yarn stash!
Thank you. It does not look like it when you see what's left, but when I look at what I made it is quite a lot!
I know what you mean about dark colors, perhaps black is the worst. you knitting is so nice. I can do the knit and pearl stitch but not good enough to make anything, I would rather sew or quilt my skills are much better in those areas.
Thank you for your kind words!
Oh, this is so lovely! Everything you knit or crochet is simply wonderful! Sure wish I had your skill.
Beautiful. I can relate to dark colors. It seem that whenever I am working with dark fabrics, I need to have a light shining directly on the area being worked on. Oh the joys of getting older!
In reality it is a bit darker than in the picture and one of the two strands is really thin. I hate 'half' stitches and the thinner one tended to go its own way. So good lighting was a must.