Yes, today I completed the quilt. Now it is out of washing machine and hanging on line. So tomorrow I will hopefully start the matching pillow and then - curtains.
This is my first attempt to knit the seamless Icelandic yoke sweater.
I had no patterns or description so I just looked at pictures, scratched my head, picked the thick wool and tried- it's not a quantum physics.
In general there are two ways of knitting them - up, or down from the neckline. Personally I like more knitting up. First thing I do knit both arms on round needles up to armpits, then the body up to armpits, then join it all together and gradually reach the neckline.
With my first there was a problem - armpits were not neat and tidy, they had uneven loops at the joint. So actually it is some kind of quantum physics after all!
Nothing drastic but I prefer to do things right. After quite a lot of asking and searching on Internet I did find the answer - the gap. When joining all together, there must be left several loops unjointed both sides - arm and body, which must be sewn together later.
So actually there is a small seam even in the seamless jumper :)
When finished the first one, I wanted to make another one, now with the right joints, and I went for a dress.
So quite matching pair - like his and hers :D