FO: Aidez


Pattern: Aidez by Cirilla Rose
Yarn: Cascade Eco Wool, 2 balls
Needles: US 10.5
Ravelry Notebook 

I totally have a crush on this sweater. Its pretty, extremely wearable and a very quick knit. I still cannot get over that it was free. I fighting my desire to cast on because I didn't want to be a part of the bandwagon but I after seeing so many beautiful versions I could not deny myself any longer!

I made no modifications to the pattern. I usually roll that way. In the case of full disclosure mine came out ever so snug around the sleeves and armholes. Upon looking it up in Ravelry it seems I wasn't alone in this. If I decided to make it again I would go up a size for the sleeves for a looser "oversized" fit – which is what I think was the intended design.



I love nothing more than a sweater that will be worn to pieces. I have no doubts Aidez will get just as much rotation as my Belfast Hoodie (another HOT crush). It's the perfect layering sweater. 


The sweater I am crushing on next: Amy Christoffer's Larch Cardigan 

(And yes, I apprently hae an undying crush on my striped tank, too.)

12 thoughts on “FO: Aidez

  1. Lydia says:

    Beautiful sweater! Also, beautiful necklace – may I ask who the designer is? I’ve been looking for an interlocking circle necklace for a little while now and haven’t settled on the perfect one yet.


  2. Allison says:

    This is such a pretty sweater! I can’t believe it was free or that it was a quick knit. That would take me ages! Also, I’ve got a serious crush on Larch, too. I’m excited to see your version.


  3. Rachel says:

    Your Aidez is beautiful. I resisted for awhile as well but broke down and bought the yarn for it a few months ago. Casting on this winter hopefully…in the same yarn and color as well! ;)


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