Sunday, 28 September 2014

Cardigan Made and One Sweater Nearly Made

I have finished my second scrap buster cardigan this time with a single crochet edging instead of the double loop stitch edging as a change of style. Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos  photo e677f2b72b04712908933fc4113ad2ff_zps0b9ea330.jpg After the scrap buster cardigans I have now started this sweater with my scrap yarns which is for Mr CB he chose the colours, seven including the ribbing, the same grey throughout. I am really pleased I used the scrap yarns and how quick the cardigans and sweater took to make and all costing nothing. The back and front have the same colours, swapping the two blues around on the front as a lighter and darker sequence with the sleeves matching this. The sleeves have all the colours except yellow it was lucky I didn't need the yellow as I had run out of that particular shade. The pattern is classed as very easy, quick to do, the colours added the interest for me.  photo 345db9c1c855b1cdbb52ae9cb0bb0295_zpse7af92c4.jpg  photo a6ba35292308d6a6a8b32c077ae7aa63_zpsc34fbe0f.jpg
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  1. I love your colourful projects. The cardigans are fab and Mr CB's jumper is going to look great - fine colour choices :) Thank you for linking up with Wool on Sundays :)

  2. Your rainbow scrappy sweater will be fun when the days get dreary. I love the colours of Mr CBs too.

  3. Wow....the marvels you achieve with your scraps. Both garments are lovely. Mr CB's sweater is looking a treat.