Introducing Articulation

I’m very happy to be releasing a new pattern today! It’s called Articulation (thank you, Andrea for your suggestion on this post).  articulationI started the knitting at the end of July and finished at the beginning of September.  The knitting is the most fun process for me, of course.  The writing, correcting, editing, and re-editing part is less fun.  I had the help of a wonderful tech editor, Eleanor Dixon, and with her assistance I finally got myself to the finish line.articulation-4Matt chose the color for this sweater. It’s far more neutral than I would have chosen on my own, but it really grew on me as the project developed.  The yarn is Cascade Ecological Wool in the color Antique.  I wanted to use an Aran weight yarn to help make the sweater knitting speedy.

articulation-3I’m such a lover of shawl collars. I felt like this sweater had to have one, so I built that into the design.  articulation-2If you want to learn more about the pattern, see the pattern page on Ravelry or you can .

26 thoughts on “Introducing Articulation

  1. What does Matt think about the shawl collar? It looks like it might be itchy. I’m not sure if the men for whom I knit would like that collar. Does the pattern have variations?
    Otherwise, it’s lovely!

  2. Very nice, indeed! I love the structure, especially the way you did the abbreviated shawl collar. Really, really well done!

  3. Gorgeous design! Matt’s a lucky guy to have someone who designs and knits such beautiful sweaters. It’s too bad we have approximately zero use for warm sweaters where we live…

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