After ripping out the ribbing two times, (I didn't like how the cast on looked for the first one and then I discovered the pattern had been upsized and that size would fit me better so I "frogged" it again) the ribbing is done and the first row of the back is on the needles.
Must Have Cardigan (ravelry link) from Paton's booklet "Street Smart"
Now, I don't want to say I'm
This sweater will definitely have lots to keep my focused by keeping track of what row I'm on for the moss stitch section, the first cable section and then the second cable second. All of these sections have a different amount of rows!
So what to do? Well, of course you build a spreadsheet!! lol
Now I can cross off each section as I do it keeping track of what row and what section I'm on. I also have a sticky note on the cable charts highlighting what row I'm working on. Sound crazy? naw... it works well. (I have taken over the dining room table with all my charts and papers.)
So now hop on over to SuKnitWitty's blog to get the full scoop on the start to our sweater making. She's much better at tellin' the tale of our sweatercapades.