Cabled top in progress

I’ve been working on a cabled top for a while, and it’s the other large project I’m working on. (The first one being the do-over pullover.)

Cabled top patterns

This top is heavily cabled, and it’s the first time I’m making something this cable-y. It’s a lot of stitches, and is slow(er) progress because of the amount of stitch twisting involved in each right-side row, but I’m ecstatic about how it’s turning out. The Nako yarn that I’m using settles down well in the stitches, and the cables look presentable as a result. πŸ˜€ I’ll use the same pattern for the back of the top as well as the front, and I might add a few cables to the sleeves as well, so I’m hoping it’ll be epic, haha! πŸ˜‰

I’m using these stitches in this project:

I was constantly switching between this top and the do-over pullover, and now I’m starting on another project — a shawl for my sis — because it’s boring to keep working on only these two. Which one I’ll finish first remains a mystery, even to me…

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13 thoughts on “Cabled top in progress

    • Thank you, Ginny! The overall pattern is definitely intricate, and it’s only easy to knit because it’s made of simpler individual stitches. πŸ™‚
      I love the color as well!

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