Sweaters that have all been knit -- and most of them blocked, one of them even seamed -- they just need finishing. A couple of these are almost old enough to finish themselves. Yeah. Except it doesn't work like that.
- Coup d'Etat in Peace Fleece; blocked, knit, sewn up, not fitting quite as I liked... perhaps that's changed in the years since I put it down? Needs button band, collar, buttons.
- A "Fitted Jacket" from an issue of Vogue Knitting, for my daughter Madeleine; needs blocking, sewing up, button band, collar, pockets.
- "Oblique" in a fabulous brown/black Cascade 220; knit and blocked, it needs only to be seamed, have button band knitted, and be finished!
- "Fiddlehead Pullover" by Kelbourne Woolens, this is the newest addition to the UFO pile -- it's a sweater for an infant, but it's been my experience that the size of the sweater has absolutely nothing to do with the amount of work/time it takes to finish the sweater.
- A Habu vest; materials purchased by my mother to have me knit for her as a birthday present... a couple of years ago. Maybe I should change my first name to "Bad," too. It's knit, needs severe blocking; I'm not convinced that the pieces will block to suggested measurements.
- This is *my* Habu sweater, purchased at the same time that Mom bought hers; started much, much later; it's half-knit.
- Tip of the stitch-marker iceberg... this thing is LOADED with them in service as row counters... and this explains where they've all gone.
Pile of hopefuls
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