Frankly, this pullover is troubling me. I am thinking that I should have made the next larger size. The sleeves are a bit snug, and the armhole depth seems a little small. So now I am faced with figuring out what to do about it. It has been worrying me like a sore tooth. Of course I don't have enough yarn to knit the next larger size. I could just increase the depth of the armholes. This would be the minimum effort path and would require the least amount of rework, but would it be sufficient? I need to check the fit of the body. It is probably okay through the torso, but might be a little tight across the shoulders. Probably the best thing to do would be to frog the whole thing and reknit it. Of course I don't have enough yarn in this color to knit the next size up, but I do have left over yellow yarn that I could use for the ribbing and the collar. I don't really feel up to tackling this right now, though, so I am going back to Crimson Lake and will finish up the second sleeve of that pullover so I can get it wrapped up. There is another project, actually a series of projects, that I want to tackle this year. More on that later.
Pattern: Design 1835 from Moments No. 005
Yarn: SMC Select Extra Soft Merino Fino
Needles: US 3 (3.25 mm), US 4 (3.5 mm)