Mountain-knitting

September 20, 2009

Not so long ago I went to my parents cabin in the mountains, in Rauland near Hardangervidda. I went on my own, man and kids left behind. Peace and quiet, I must admit I enjoyed every minute of it. And I had plenty of knitting and reading time, too, because the weather was not so perfect. Which made it legit to sit inside.

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The yellow sweater on the photo is now finished, and the pattern is about to be written out. I knit it in garter stitch, and that is why I chose to knit back-and-forth and not in the round. The sweater has some similarities to the Honeypie-baby jacket, it’s buttoned (or actually tied, as you will see in photos soon to come) on the side, and it has a rather prominent border of stitch pattern.
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The sleeves are set-in sleeves (as opposed to raglan), but they are knitted together with the front- and back pieces, not sown up.
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Well, it wasn’t all knitting. I also had me some strolls up the mountain side. I so much love this view.

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And the drive back home was beautiful too, I do love the countryside, and I especially love Telemark.. these are taken on the way from Rauland to Notodden.
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2 Responses to “Mountain-knitting”

  1. Eliza Says:

    I love it, and can’t wait to see the finished version. The color is so seductive too. I think I just need to make something that color.

  2. Thalia Says:

    Beautiful scenery.


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