Inspirations and Special Requests

My husband is a pretty dapper guy if I do say so myself. He likes to look nice and he has a job where he’s supposed to dress in shirt and tie for the most part. And in the winter he loves a shirt/tie/sweater combo. He loves a good sweater vest or a cardigan and I had plans to make him a shawl collared button up sweater vest this winter but then he sent me this pic from instagram.

I asked him did he want to buy it or was he asking me to make it. He asked if I could make it, I said of course I can, then yes, he was asking me to make it. LOL Okay. My husband is the person who gets the least of my knits just because he never really seems that interested in something for himself but I know he shows people my blog and when I do make him things he shows them off. So whenever he does ask me for something it’s very specific. There’s an almost honeycomb texture to this sweater but what he really wants is the colorblocking (I asked). It reminds him of his NY Giants sweater I made him but this would have less ease and be more polished for work.

I ordered various shade of Berroco Vintage DK and was thinking of making a simple top down raglan but also think a set-in sleeve might be nicer. Once the yarn gets here and I finish my sister’s gift knit I’ll start working on this for him perhaps as a Christmas present. Any pattern suggestions though in the meantime?

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6 thoughts on “Inspirations and Special Requests

  1. oh wow!!! What a nice sweater, I LOVE the blue/white combos in the first 2 stripes that then morph into solid strips for the last few . . . that’s going to look awesome!

  2. Pingback: Stitching Status: Fast Weekends – Yards of Happiness

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