I was in the middle of blocking the pieces for the Trumpet Sweater when I noticed that I dropped a stitch in one of the sleeves. I was about to die because here I was so proud that I was almost done with this sweater and then this happens. Now I have to wait until the piece dries for me to fix it.
The best I've done is turkey burger with onions and mushrooms. Cook the onions and mushrooms first with garlic and oregano; then when they are done place the ground turkey patties on top of the onion/mnushroom mix and with some more garlic and oregano. The burgers will be nice and juicy when they are done.
I belong to the one in NYC but the sad thing is that I never have the time to go because my husband is working on his Masters in Education and most of his classes are at night, which means that Mommy has to be home with the kiddes.
I just want to do a little cheer for myself. I'm almost done with this sweater. Tonight I'm going to block it and let it dry overnight. I had started last week while at Jury Duty. I figure that I could do something useful while waiting to be called for a trial but the more I knitted the more I didn't want to be called for a case. LOL!!!
I'll post a picture of the sweater when it's complete.
Thank you. I was just looking around and found that link. I also thought I was the only one to do this sweater because while I was looking for the yarn the designer used, a lady from the place I usually go for my needles thought I was nuts to get a pattern from the internet.
Hi, I'm a new member and I was wondering if anyone has ever kintted the Trumper Sweater from the girl from auntie. I'm currently doing this pattern and I wanted to know if anyone had any trouble with as well. The back shoulders don't look right. Also wrapping short rows, who can explain or show me in colored photos that?