This V-neck pullover starts out being knit flat where you knit one row and purl one row til the V-neck is ready, then, the rest is knit in the round.
I was so happy to get past the purl rows so now, it’s smooth sailing . . knit all the way down to the bottom, knit the sleeves, crochet a finish around the neck and it’s done.
My goal is to always have a couple of plain knitting projects ready – no counting, no stitch increases or decreases, nothing hard! It’s often just a pair of plain vanilla socks but it’s even better when it’s a sweater . . using larger needles.
This will be my “knitting in the car” project for a while. The jarn is Queensland’s Kathmandu and I love it. I love the tweedy gray.