Rayne Wrap Cardigan

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    Mom's super secret Christmas present. :)

    Pattern: Rayne Wrap Cardigan by Cosmicpluto/Laura Chau
    Yarn: my handspun alpaca/wool

    This is a great sweater! It's like a big, silky soft blanket with sleeves. It's flattering, too.

    revivez, UV Ball - La Matassa UV, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. MandyPowers 75 months ago | reply

      WOW. Love the colors.. You must try to get a modeled picture! Is it wrappy?

      (eta: well, duh, it's called a wrap cardigan so it must be wrappy.)

    2. helloyarn 75 months ago | reply

      Yes, I'll get Mom to model if I can. It doesn't need to be wrappy, but it can be. It's nice with one front thrown across the opposite shoulder, it's good hanging, and it's good pinned at the front. I also have some really great big buttons, if Mom desires.

    3. kristin~mainemomma 75 months ago | reply

      wow it is gorgeous!

    4. frecklegirl 75 months ago | reply

      This is really lovely, Adrian! Mom musta been really good this year!

      So pretty!! I love the subtle color changes with your handspun...

    5. SourCherries 75 months ago | reply

      So, so gorgeous!

    6. Leslie R Adams 75 months ago | reply

      Wow, that is amazing. What a special gift.

    7. ciriliarose 75 months ago | reply

      Hand-dyed, homespun, hand-knit...now THAT is a holy trinity. The only question is...when are you guys going to start raising the sheep??

    8. ex.libris 75 months ago | reply

      Love the colors in the variegated yarn. Who could not love such a warm and thoughtful gift?

    9. siladysweeps 10 months ago | reply

      I'm new to all of this so pardon if this is a stupid question but, is there a pattern? I'd love to make this item. If there is a pattern to be shared, where can one obtain it? Thanks for posting.

    10. helloyarn 10 months ago | reply

      Yep, it's listed in the photo description.

    11. memeosborn 4 months ago | reply

      Could you help me in finding the pattern please? I can't seem to find it in the photo description. Your work is so beautiful.

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