Monday, January 14, 2013

Rogue's Campfire Sweater

Linking up with Ginny at Small things for the weekly yarn along and Nicole's KCCO!

I finally finished Rogue's Campfire Sweater!


This is the biggest item of clothing I have ever made and I am happy about it...


But you other crafters out there, do you do this?  I keep seeing the little mistakes.  I keep thinking, well it isn't perfect.


But the best things is, he thinks it is.  He wouldn't take it off yesterday.  Actually, I am kind of surprised he didn't sleep in it!


And that makes one happy mama.

11 comments:

  1. WOW, that sweater is wonderful and look at his beaming smile - he is soo proud!
    I do see my own little mistakes, but honestly your sweater looks perfect and mistake free!

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  2. Yes, I always think about the things I know are wrong, but thankfully, most others don't notice. The sweater looks great to me and obviously, he loves it!

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  3. There was a shirt I made for Joseph when he was just over 12 months. I could see so many mistakes and when I pointed them out to a friend, she said she couldn't see them. I guess we are all our biggest critic.

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  4. He's so handsome! I'm sure it's just that gorgeous sweater. :) I love everything about it.. the style, the patterning and that COLOR! Then again the eyes. They have nothing to do with the sweater, do they? I love both of your creations in the photo. :)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  5. Wow, your sweater is stunning!

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  6. Love love love that sweater, what a perfect colour for the vintage-y style. Great model too :-)

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  7. wow what a gorgeous sweater and an even more handsome model!!! Love the color!!

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  8. What a beautiful sweater - and charming little guy! Great job! (And yes, I am always apologizing to people about the mistakes only I can see in my finished garments!)

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  9. Nice job on the boy sweater. Good boy's knits are sometimes hard to find!

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  10. Beautiful! I love the collar, the sweater I'm working on has a shawl collar too, though I am probably 2 or 3 years from getting to it :).

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