I decided to take some pictures of my Deep V Argyle Vest that were a little bit lighter. Overall, I loved this pattern. I sewed the steeks before cutting, and that part wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. The fit is great, and I am very proud of my work. I am even more proud of the fact that I finished a serious garment in less than a month. Wow!
Here is the next project that I am trying to complete. It is part of my 10 in 2010 projects that I started last January. It has been hibernating waaaaaay too long. This was supposed to be a project that I finished in less than 1 month. Somehow I got sidetracked...sigh. Well, it was 36 degrees outside last night, so if that isn't a reason to hurry up and finish a knit sweater, I don't know what is. When I read the directions, I realized that I have to purl 148 rows, then do the bottom edge pattern on the ends of the sleeves. No shaping at all. So, why didn't I just finish this before? This is mindless purling. Hopefully I can knock this out in a few nights watching some Netflix movies. Once the sleeves are complete, I will use the remainding yarn to add a little length to the bottom border of the sweater.