It’s the middle of July and I am finally getting around to posting the June sweater. I need to work on my timeliness. Anyway! This is from yarn rehabilitated from my second attempt at the 1930s 1-hour sweater.
- Berroco Comfort (in all its weights) is a wonderful yarn. It feels like jersey and I am absolutely not allergic to it!
- The butterfly stitch makes for a very cute pattern.
- The fit is great! I have to wear it with my higher waisted skirts if I don’t want to flash belly ( I don’t), but this time that was a design choice and not a mistake.
- I messed up one of the butterflies. It is severely lopsided.
- Sometimes the yarn splits so you only have half the threads on the needle, the other hang hanging off, looking messy.
- The bottom of the button band is a little wonky.
Conclusions: I was really reaching to find those cons here. I love how this turned out, even though the neck band exasperated me and I had to rework it several times. Berroco Comfort is fantastic. It’s got lovely colors, multiple weights, and doesn’t itch at all! I’m guessing I will have many more sweaters made from it.