Partially because I didn't like the pictures. I love my husband but he's not a photographer. But there's a few good ones.
The pattern is Versio and it's a pretty cool way of making a top down sweater with set in sleeves all at once in the round, which makes the stripes match.
The yarn is my All Your Lace, it took only 2 skeins total for the sweater. Colors are Deep Purple and Grey Matter. I actually had a lot left over, the sweater weighs 140g.
I took the hood inspiration from rililie's but made mine smaller. These open gauge lace things have a tendency to stretch out on people, so I made sure to wash and block mine as I went (and it DID so I was glad).
I like the sweater so much I decided to start a Featherweight cardigan. Same idea. loose gauge lace weight cardigan. This time I decided to spin it. This was my Tour de Fleece project.
(Oh look, purple.)
It's a slightly heavier weight than the All Your Lace, just what I was going for. I spun a little over 700 yards during TdF, and started the sweater a month or so ago.
While I was finding pictures of the Versio from last spring I also came across this birthday cake my kids made for my 42nd birthday which I thought I needed to share.
Because that was pretty awesome.
Harrington Knot on the front. I also got a TARDIS beach towel but I don't have a picture of that. But I know where it is so I don't need to panic.