Almost done with my Legacy Frock Coat!
It's an actual garment now, and it fits oh so beautifully!
I wanted to try it on without putting it on waste yarn. It's not the putting the stitches on so much as getting them off that stresses me out. I had a 24" gauge-sized needle so I just knit with that for a while before trying it on. All was well after the first sleeve, but when I went to put my other arm in I heard the little pop-pop-pop of stitches coming off the needle. Oh well. They didn't run anywhere, so I just slid them back on the needle after taking a few pictures.
On an unrelated topic, I had a thrill the other day: the first piece of mail addressed to Kangath Knits!
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