Craft Yarn Council of America Home | Learn To Knit & Crochet Home | BACK

Advertising or commercial messages are not allowed on the forums.

Posters to these boards are knitters and crocheters like yourself. If you have a specific question for the Craft Yarn Council, please send an email message to:

To get the most out of these boards, before posting a topic, we suggest:

Scrolling through past posts to see if your question has already been asked and answered. Postings are in chronological order of the date when the topic was first posted. You can also use the SEARCH function to look for past posts about your question.

If you don't see your question addressed, or if you have additional questions, post a New Topic rather than replying to an existing topic. This will increase the likelihood of getting responses to your specific question. Also, try to describe your specific question in the topic subject line rather than "New Knitter" or "Help."

The more information you can provide in your question, the better the responses.

We hope you enjoy the postings on this board and will come back to share your knowledge with others.

Forums > Knitting
Re: New/Old Finished(ing) Projects
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: April 09, 2009 09:00PM

I have a beautiful sweater completely finished and sewn up to the underarms. All it needs is to be transferred to circs and finished. (Crew? Turtleneck? Short rows in the back of the yoke? If so how many? What else can I do to stall off the finishing?)

October will mark the twentieth anniversary of the day I put it away. Maybe I'll finish it; maybe I won't. It was designed for someone who won't wear it, but there is someone who would probably like it. We'll see. It doesn't bother me; in fact, I rather like its presence.

Subject Written By Posted
  New/Old Finished(ing) Projects KT 04/09/2009 06:07PM
  Re: New/Old Finished(ing) Projects knittingmom 04/09/2009 07:59PM
  Re: New/Old Finished(ing) Projects Alex 04/09/2009 09:00PM

This is the old forum archive. If you have new questions please post in the new forum.

©2007 Craft Yarn Council of America