I've used the last few months of forced inactivity and convalescence to finish simple things that have been waiting for a long time. You know - those boring and time consuming jobs like sewing in wool ends, lining bags , sewing on buttons ....
Although I have manged to get lots finished, disappointingly I seem to have very little actually photographed - even with my digital camera my restricted vision is making it too difficult.
But I'm very pleased with this one started before Christmas and the knitting part finished ages ago but I've only just found its buttons and finished the seaming.
It's Marguerite from Louisa Harding's Design Collection book. I used 4mm Addis with Kimono Angora Pure shade Teak #13 and did the second size (34). No mods except to make the sleeves full length on me and not the 3/4 length of the pattern.
The colour isn't great on either photo. It's a lovely deep burgundy verging towards chestnut tones as you'd guess from its name - teak. This photo taken when I first started is a much more accurate colour - exactly right on my pc screen.
I've been meaning to add a link to this excellent tutorial for cabling without cable needle from Kathy aka Grumperina. It is an excellent description.