I like them all (but voted for #3)! Whichever one wins, though, I hope you will explain how to make the neckline smaller when doing a top-down sweater. The wide necklines are pretty, but always seem to be too wide for me to wear comfortably.
I vote for the lapis pullover!
I love the Lapis pullover. I have the yarn but haven't started the project yet. I'm making it in a soft alpaca blend in a blue-green heather.
You should knit the one that suits your style and would look best on you (assuming the intent is to make it for yourself?). I personally like the Lapis Yoke. For me I might make it with a shorter cropped body length but I also like it the way it is already. Just depends on what kind of pants or skirt I would wear with it. It would be nice if the pattern included one size smaller. I think I could interpolate but haven't ever done it.
I like all three! But the Lapis Yoke Pullover is my favorite. Love the color and fit!
I fell in LOVE with the Lapis Yoke sweater when I first saw it and have been itching to knit it ever since! I vote for the Lapis Yoke!
You need to login before you can vote - only took me 5 mins to work that out :( Back to kniting my magic squares knee rug :)
For some reason I can't vote, but the yellow one is by far the best choice! The blue one with the swirl at the yoke is beautiful, but those of us with curves have to be carefull where those swirls land....
the cream one with the lace yoke has a neck that is way too wide and to make it narrower you have to eliminate some of the lace and that is just sad
I love the Piccadill Pullover, but know I wouldn't wear it, so I'm voting for the Lapis Yoke pullover, which is much more my style.
i vote for the rayment pullover
I voted for the Rayonnant, but also liked the Piccadill (the Lapis Yoke was not to my taste but would probably look good on some people and was interesting). I am too much of a newbie to even be scared of dpns (but I think I am). Loved the lace on the Piccadill, maybe with full length sleeves I would like it better. All are pretty cute though. Hopefully I will be able to knit a sweater by the end of the year (just started knitting two months ago so I am still working on scarves).
BetaniaAllen:Hopefully I will be able to knit a sweater by the end of the year (just started knitting two months ago so I am still working on scarves).
Don't be scared, jump right in! The first thing I ever knit (many moons ago) was a peplum vest! No one told me I couldn't so I did. Scarves came much later. Have fun!
Amen! to 'TheFergusons' reply of 1/15/12!!! I've never seen this negative chat on one of these IV blogs before. As was said previously, this is a place for knitters to share and help each other!
NO NEGATIVITY ALLOWED!!!
We shouldn't even give the negativity recognition. Carry on fellow knitters in our nurturing, positive way!!!!