So it turns out that I can, in fact, sew in a zipper. It only took four hours. But Rogue is done, and it looks great. Long-term readers of this blog may recall the last time I "finished" this sweater, last May, and there are many photos in that post that show some of cabley details better. Yesterday's photo needed a flash, since - ironically - the day I finished Rogue was the coolest and drizzly-est day in a while. Not only did I finish Rogue, I got to wear it.
Pattern: Does anyone really need the link?
Yarn: Briggs and Little Heritage, from this yarn excursion
Needles: various US 7s that were lying around
Notes: Now that the zipper is in, there's no doubt that it looks far better with the zipper than the toggles.
Best Thing About This Project: The fit, the hood, the fact htat I can finally wear it after 10 months of it being "finished."
My original plan involved two zippers for the March UFO Resurrection, but I'm going to call finishing Rogue sufficient. I'll get extra credit if I can muster up the energy to sew the zipper into Ribby Cardi . . .