Sadie requested a ballet shrug and after I finished Delia's sweater using the Raglanify phone app, I wanted to try it again. So far, I have only made kids' sizes with this sweater generator, so some of the issues about it not having a place to enter chest dimensions didn't really affect my projects—so far, I really do love using this. You just enter in key dimensions and your gauge and then knit from the top down. To make a cardigan, I didn't join in the round and did the V neck option. It worked out great. All the details, yarn specs, etc. are on my Ralvery project page. I used this site, too, when I was knitting Delia's sweater, and found they worked out almost exactly the same, but Raglanify was much less work for me.
I finished it with a toggle closure. I actually snipped this toggle off of a sweater that was headed for donation. I was looking for toggle at the button shop when it donned on me, I had already had some really good ones in the garage on sweaters the girls have outgrown.
I would like to make Brussels Sprouts with Kimchi for Thanksgiving, but I don't know if anyone in my immediate or extended family would eat them. But I would eat them all.
Does everyone in Portland already know about Eater 38? I found out about it this summer and use it all the time for figuring out where to eat.
I am making these very soon—gingerbread pancakes with orange blossom maple syrup. I actually have some orange flower water in the fridge right now.