Felicia's Notebook, Knitting, Taking Back Friday

Knitting Sweaters with Signature Needles

Felicia Lo Wong's Wild Autumn cardigan knit in SweetGeorgia yarns

On today’s Taking Back Friday vlog, we’re going to talk about catching up on knitting all the things I’ve not been knitting. I had started working on a colourwork cardigan last year and it was supposed to be done last autumn, but then it got stuck. I have been feeling unmotivated about this particular project just because I feel like I’ve been stuck for some time. It’s basically almost done… all I have to do is pick up and knit around to make the collar, but I’ve been holding off because there have been other things I could do. I could wind a warp. I could start another project.

The one thing that has got me a little bit motivated to pick up and finish this project though is I’ve been tempted with a lovely set of Signature Needles. These needles are like the crème de la crème of knitting needles. So the question is, if these magical needles can help me finish the project I’ve been working on for months.

You can find the Signature Needles available for order on our site for a limited-time. And while you’re there checking those out, don’t miss our pre-holiday sale, our Sweater Season Sale, where all of our sweater weight yarns are 30% off from now until November 16th, using the coupon code: 2021EARLY30.


  • what I’m wearing in today’s video: In parts of the video, I’m wearing the Veronika Cardigan design by Shannon Cook, knit using 8 skeins of SweetGeorgia Superwash Worsted in Mink.
  • what I mention in today’s video: Here are links to items talked about and shown in today’s vlog…
    • The sweater pattern I’m working on is Wild Autumn by Abbye Dahl. We have yarn sets available which include the yarns I’m using in my own sweater project.
    • In the video, I also talk about Signature Needle Arts knitting needles, which are available for purchase on our site for a limited time. I am using the US 5/3.75mm 5″ tips with a 32″ cable length for my Wild Autumn project.
    • Other knitting needles that I mention are Chiaogoo Interchangeable needles.
    • For my next sweater knitting project, I’m planning to use the BFL+Silk Fine yarn in Blue Canoe.
    • The tutorial for the bind off I show in the video is the Elastic Bind-Off.
    • Our sweater weight yarn sale details are available at our Sweater Season Sale post. This sale is only available until the end of Tuesday, November 16th.
  • want to learn more about knitting and the fibre arts? I encourage you to come visit all of our knitting content available at the School of SweetGeorgia (SOS)! If you are new to sweater knitting, be sure to check out Tabetha’s Knit Your First Sweater online course. For new members to the School, use the code: CRAFTWITHUS to get 14-day access for only $1!

About Felicia Lo

founder + creative director of SweetGeorgia // designer + dreamer // wife + mama // dyer, knitter, spinner, weaver, youtuber + author // been writing this blog about colour and craft since 2004 // see what I am making @lomeetsloom and @sweetgeorgia.

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