the buttons are temporary. really.
which wasn’t that long ago, I was working on my Shalom cardigan. Well, I finished it and I like it! I spent a day or two knitting and ripping the same 4 rows until I got the armholes to open at the right spots for my body. As written, the armholes go way into the back, which I didn’t find flattering. I’d love to show you how this looks on me, but there’s no one around to take a nice FO pic, so that’ll have to wait. I have to find permanent buttons, too. The ones there now are an amalgamation of a few things that function, but don’t suit the sweater.
By the way, I am grateful to Ysolda Teague for her Liesl, the sweater which made me like wearing sweaters again. This silhouette is a really great one for me, so I knew Shalom would work as well. Not everything I’m going to knit from now on will be top-buttoned with shortish sleeves, but don’t be surprised if you see this shape on me again.