Do you remember this unlucky project? I decided to frog it and use the yarn for some more satisfying projects. Aidez, for example. I wanted to knit it the moment I first saw the pattern in Ravelry pattern base. It didn't even matter that this cardigan is knit in pieces (I'm not a fan of sewing pieces together), I just had to make it and I'm so happy I did. This cardigan is definitely my favourite knitted garment so far. It's very warm, just perfect for chilly autumn days.
The pattern itself is fun to knit, cable sections are easy to memorize and it knits up really quickly. It took me some time to block it and sew all the pieces together (and yes, there was some struggle involved) but it was all worth it. This is one of those project I wouldn't mind to knit again.
We had some great fun today in the park :)
"Something for her"
Yarn: Cascade Ecological Wool, 1.75 skeins
Needles: 6mm/ US 10
Modifications: replaced ear of corn and cross-stitch cable patterns with simple cable pattern (details and more photos are on my Ravelry project page, here)