I knit this cardigan last summer for publication; I planned to submit it to Knitty, but never got it together:
I haven’t worn it really, but it is lovely – perhaps this week. It is knit from Rowan Wool Cotton, which is a wonderful yarn. I used to want to knit with yarns that mix a lot of colour and texture — yarn this is on the continuum approaching novelty yarn, but not as far as eyelash. Now I find that I want to knit with smooth yarns that hold texture well — like Classic Elite Classic One Fifty. They just seem more wearable, which is ironic as I haven’t worn this one yet — part of this is that it is cropped and I haven’t been sure what to wear it with.
I think that the answer is a blouse — form fitting t-shirts underneath somehow feel a bit wrong with so ladylike a sweater.
I am actually knitting a sweater in Classic One Fifty right now that I have been too lazy to photograph and post about, but perhaps next week.