Noro Crop top!

I was watching TV the other night when the best idea jumped into my head. I had to swatch and sketch right away. I had to have the sweater in my head: A sideways, cap-sleeved boxy Noro top.  A few days later- this was born.

I used a few odd skeins of Noro Silk Garden Lite and held it with a faux-mohair coned yarn I got at the thrift shop a few years ago. I started at the sleeve and worked clear to the other one. I MUST make another one soon so I can write the pattern, officially. As you can see, I am slightly obsessed with this top. Even if my mother thinks that crop tops are tacky.

Like my locomotive belt buckle?

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About Sarah James

I am a senior public relations student at Kent State University. I hope to one day work for a nonprofit. I enjoy knitting, writing and biking.
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One Response to Noro Crop top!

  1. wonderface says:

    Crop tops ARE tacky and that’s why they’re AWESOME. Looks great on you!

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