Confessions of a Left-Hand Knitter

Exploring the Possibilities

HO Friday…a Day Later

on February 10, 2018

Why do sleeves take FOREVER!!! I am finally finished the one sleeve on my Grandpa Cardigan, but I am concerned about fit. I love how it looks and feels, it is so squishy, but I feel like it is a bit tight. I am hoping with blocking it will stretch out.

However, we have a problem, I might need another ball of yarn for my last sleeve. Debating to buy yarn to finish and another sweater worth in a different color to make if I need a bigger size. This sweater flew off the needles.

I am excited to have a HO (a Half Off the needles project). My second gift sweater is stuck in sleeve limbo as well. I ripped out the bottom to add more inches to ensure better fit, meanwhile I am slowly progressing on sleeves. DAMN SLEEVES!!!!!

Does anyone have any finishing tips on fit?

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