Frankenpeysa Sleeves!

With the winter break, I’ve been able to really make lots of progress on my knitting (and since I’m cat-sitting, there’s been a kitty to assist me)

Kitty helping me knit
She has been very helpful whenever I needed the yarn batted at or chewed on
Kitty being helpful
As well as keeping my lap warm

So now, I have the trunk and the sleeves done! All I need to do now is join them and work the yoke. Hooray!

Working the sleeve
This is how sleeves are born
Trunk and a sleeve finished
It will look something like this… except it will have both sleeves, and have a yoke, and be connected…

Author: Steen

Steen is a nerdy biologist who spends a lot of time trying to cultivate Chloroflexi, who also likes to draw comics, play video games, and climb.

2 thoughts on “Frankenpeysa Sleeves!”

  1. This is amazing. Looking great!

    In Iceland I visited a sweater factory that I assumed was staffed with friendly grandmothers knitting all day. Turns out they use old-timey computer punchcards fed into an Apple IIe that performs all the stitches. It was cool to be sure, but I like your methods better.

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