I've called this one Edith - because I started it whilst watching the Christmas episode of Downton Abbey!
It is a loose fitting cardigan with a decorative Fair Isle border around the body. Knitted in 4 ply weight yarn. The cardigan is knitted in one piece up to the armholes, and then knitted back and forth. The shoulders are formed by short row shaping and a three needle bind off. The sleeves are knitted flat and seamed to fit.
It is such a comfortable cardigan to wear because it is loose fitting. I used my lovely Jamieson & Smith 2 ply jumper weight wool that I got as a Christmas present and I am really happy with the look and feel of it. I'm especially pleased with the colour of the yarn. The pink is lovely and tweedy - just how I like my wool to be. I always worry about ordering yarn online when you can't see the colour, many websites are not very good at getting a close match to the real thing. However, Jamieson & Smiths website is spot on.
Unfortunately I do not have any photos of me wearing the cardigan, due to a lack of photographers. I'll try and remedy that over the weekend.The PDF for the pattern can be downloaded for free, here. More details of the pattern can be found on Ravelry, here.