FO: Aramis

Since Porthos worked out pretty well, and I had plenty of Cotton Fleece in my stash, I decided to do Aramis – basically the same as Porthos, but without the medallion in the center front. It was also supposed to have half-length sleeves, but I stuck with the shorter sleeves.


Here’s a closeup of that neckline. It took a while to sew it in place, but I like how it turned out.

Aramis - neckline detail

Pattern: Aramis, from Norah Gaughan Vol. 2
Yarn: Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece, slightly over 3 skeins (only needed the 4th for the neckband)
Needles: 4.5mm for the body, 4mm and 3.75mm for the hems and neckband

Modifications: Made it longer, and instead of doing the plain garter stitch bottom hem and lace band for the sleeve cuffs, I did both by knitting 6 rows of garter stitch, 2 rows of eyelets, then another 5 rows of garter stitch. Used the shorter Porthos sleeve instead of the half-length sleeve.

Ravelry project: here

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10 Responses to FO: Aramis

  1. Nora says:

    Very nice! Great color.

  2. margene says:

    Aramis looked so good on you last Sunday! Nice work.

  3. jill says:

    Two Musketeers? Will there be a third?

  4. Anne B. says:

    The sewing is pretty nigh invisible! What a good job.

  5. Heather says:

    Wow, I really like that neckband. Nice sewing, too!

  6. Chris says:

    Another gorgeous project. I love that you NEVER make ANYTHING as written. 🙂

  7. Elizabeth L in Apex, NC says:

    Very Pretty! I love how the hems on bottom and sleeve compliment the neckline. (Awesome sewing job, too!)

  8. Carrie K says:

    Nice! And what will D’Artagnan look like?

  9. Cookie says:

    Very nice. Well done!

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