I then remembered that one of my LYS mentioned that they had a woman who, for money, of course, would finish up half started projects. Well - no one for Mission Possible defined HOW the projects were to be finished, did they?! So I sent it off. And yesterday, I picked it up. I love it.
Funny, it's a little bit smaller than I have been making my latest sweaters - and it looks great. I think I need to remember this for future sweaters. It even has a hood!
Specs (Which I can barely remember)
Yarn: Davos, by Tahki Yarns, color 18 (discontinued). I got this at Webs on my very first visit there.
Pattern: BPT from Knitty, used a size 6 needle. Most of the knitting was done on my trip to China in 2004. I only brought one needle with me, so when I realized that I wasn't getting gauge, I decided to 'fudge it'. It went surprisingly well for the body - but not so much on the arms. I'm so glad I decided to let someone else deal with this crisis instead of ripping it out. The yarn is soft and wonderful, and the sweater fits just right!
Here are a few more goofy pictures - it's what happens when you ask Aaron to 'help'...
You want me to unzip?