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21  Re: Order of the Phoenix knits!! in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by chucklikesart on: July 18, 2007 01:55:02 PM
Back on topic-- I finished my Luna cardigan last night and I'm working on a pattern, if anyone is interested.
Can't wait to see your cardigan!

seconded! I'm impressed that you've done it so quickly! (It's the blue one, right?)

Thanks! I was determined to get it done...

It's this one:

and I'm currently typing up the pattern. I'll post a link as soon as I get it up Wink
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22  Re: Luna Lovegood's cardigan.... in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by chucklikesart on: July 17, 2007 11:02:43 AM
So, I've been searching for a post about the cardigan on this community and I'm so glad I finally found it! I fell in love with the sweater while watching the film at midnight last Tuesday, but the darn plot kept distracting me, so I didn't get many notes on it...

Well, Sunday night I took my little bothers brothers to see it for their birthday, and I took some serious notes!

I decided that it's done in a raglan fashion, and I believe a double crochet with an "h" or "i" hook. The sleeves are trimmed in Picot, and there are two large mesh triangle insets worked into each, one on the outside and one on the inside.

In my theatre(s), the sweater appeared to be periwinkle blue, rather than purple like in the images below, so I bought some Simply Soft in Berry Blue, #9690, because that matched the color I saw on screen.

I'm almost completely done with my sweater-- I have about half of a sleeve and some covered buttons to go. I've worked it in an "i" hook.  I'm quite pleased with the results, and I'll be posting pictures. If anyone is interested, I'll type up a pattern as well. I just don't want to do the work and have no one use it, so let me know if you're interested in a pattern Wink

These are the screenshots I found and used for reference. I've cropped and magnified some of them, and some of them are pretty blurry...

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