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A Quick Polly Update

(photo by skinnedknees – rav id)

Hi Spud & Chloë Friends,

I am back from a week in Denver where I was filming two online courses for Craftsy.com. It was a whirlwind of fun and hard work. I loved every minute of it.

Now, I have another quick Polly update. Above is the finished cardigan by skinnedknees (rav-id). I love her buttons and striping colors. This is now being displayed at the yarn shop she works at, Firefly Fibers! That’s Flannel, Sandbox and Sequoia in Outer in this version. Great work!

(photo by himbine – rav id)

Here is another cardigan version of the Polly knitted by himbine (rav id). This one has short sleeves and I just love the way it turned out with the fun buttons. The colorway in Outer for himbine‘s version is Flannel.

(photo by dmc1231 – rav id)

How cute is Denise in her Polly Cardigan in the Outer colorway of Giggle?  Fantastic!!!! Thank you for modeling.

(photo by kim8930 – rav id)

Kim is making the Polly as a pullover just like in the original pattern. Looks great so far. She has been so incredibly helpful and fun in the knitalong thread on the Friends of Spud & Chloë forum, always jumping in to help and comment. Thanks to Kim! I can’t wait to see the finished version.

There are some people just jumping to start their Polly and many more finishing up. The knitalong is open so anytime anyone wants to join is fine with me.

Click here for the Polly knitalong thread on Ravelry.

Click here to see the original Polly Pullover pattern.

Don’t forget to see all of the posts about the knitalong simply click on the knitalong category on the right sidebar of Spud says!

Okay, I am off to finish up my Beluga and Firefly hat!  See you back here soon with that.

2 Responses to “A Quick Polly Update”

  1. October 22, 2011 at 8:11 pm terriaw says:

    how fun to see such a beautiful variety from the same pattern! I adore that first one with the stripes around the top – cool color combo.

    • October 23, 2011 at 10:28 am sanderson says:

      that’s the best part of a knitalong – to see how one pattern can be made in so many different ways!