Friday, January 12, 2007

Vigo, babysweetiehoneydarling

Joy!

I found it on a Norwegian (I think) web site, here. Check out the patch on the cuff of the sweater. That baby is Dale of Norway. I could probably look up the pattern if I were so inclined, but I'm not.

Just a little something to inspire our Norwegian knitting.

Excuse me while I wipe the drool off the keyboard.

8 comments:

Netter said...

Hottie in a handknit! Well, maybe not handknit. Still, a hottie!

CoffeeLady said...

Yes, it looks like Dale, but is actually a classic Devold "kofte" sweater (there's a Norwegian flagg at the bottom of the logo). Check out their site www.devold.com - lots of great Norwegian sweaters.

Julie said...

Dale and Devold need to come up with different-looking labels. We can't identify them easily from three thousand miles away, darn it.

Dale also has a pattern almost identical to what he's wearing. It's a fairly classic Norwegian style, with the pattern bands and the red at the shoulders. I imagine other people make them too.

Anonymous said...

Love it! A man in a very, very nice knitted jacket. I'm melting. :-)

Sheepish Annie said...

You never said that I could knit an actual Norwegian!!!!! I need to rethink my fear of the colorwork...

Julie said...

Okay, if Vigo appears inside the Norgi knit, we're going to have some intense negotiations, or knitting lessons. I'm not sure which.

Catie said...

mmmm

Brewgal said...

I love me a man not afraid to wear a fancy sweater. Yummy.