Is it that I'm being lazy and really want to finish it?
Or do the shorter sleeves seem "right"?
And if I did do the shorter sleeves and release the pattern, will I get requests for a long-sleeve version?
And if I did provide such a variation, does it mean that I have to knit another sweater?
Or should I just finish the other sleeve, take photos of it, then rip back the sleeves and photograph a short-sleeve version?
I'm so confused.
I wanted something that I could throw on over my, ahem, bathing suit at the beach and to wear in the cooler months over a tank and whipped this up. Usually, I knit nearly everything top down and in the round, but this time, because I wanted a semi-drop sleeve pullover with a boat neck, I decided to knit two flat pieces, seam them together, and leave an armhole, then pick up and knit stitches there in the round and work down toward the cuff. so, this is semi-seamless but still knit top down.
On other news, Girlfriend is sewing again. I sat next to her for a few minutes at first and then she was off and running. I told her that should she injure herself, to scream really loud this time so I can hear her.
BTW: Sweater is Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool, one of my all-time favorites. So far, I have used about five skeins for a 36". It isn't yet blocked, so it will gain some length.