Slowly Seaming

It was time to put my newly honed seaming skills to the test.  Two hours later, I had this:


Not too shabby, I don't think.  Actually, I am quite pleased.  This was the first sweater where I felt as if I knew what I was doing, rather than fudging through the seaming.  A big "thank you" to Allison at Circles for changing my knitting life.

After I finished seaming in this sleeve I could feel the frustration level rising.  Time to stop and do something else!  No need to rush through and end up with a sloppy result.


great job...i'm with you...i've been on a major hiatus after setting the sleeves on scout's debbie bliss wrap around dress cause i knew i was starting to get frustrated because of the decreases and lining them up right....

Your cardigan is really looking good. I can't wait to see the finished object!

Nice job on the seaming! I do the same thing and do my seaming in sections with breaks in between. It takes so much concentration!

oh, it looks gorgeous!

You're a wise woman! I am trying to get better about pushing my patience level and knowing when to stop.

hey, nice seam you got going on there :)


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