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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Eyre

Eyre 
I have blocked Eyre and sewn the side seams.  I also wove in all the ends I had so far, which cleaned up the whole thing.  The lace back section is longer than the front and to be honest, I can't remember if I planned it or not (it's not that way in the pattern).  Either way, I'm fine with it.
Eyre
There is a split hem (that is in the pattern), so the longer back does work with it.  If the side seams went all the way down, it might look funny.
Eyre
Here's a back view of the lace, if you're curious.  I'm now ready to pick up and knit the sleeves and then all I'll have is the neck band to finish the sweater.  I'm thinking about making 3/4 length sleeves but I haven't officially decided yet.  With the lace back and light weight it just doesn't seem like a sweater that needs long sleeves, you know, for survival purposes in the Texas winters and all.

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