I don't know how it is where you all live, but fall has definitely arrived here in the Yukon (actually, it's been here for at least a month already), and the air now has that bite to it that says Old Man Winter is right on it's tail. This obviously means that it's sweater weather! Although, short of a few days at the height of summer, every day is sweater weather for me, especially after moving north.
Andi Sutterland over at Untangling Knots recently wrote a post asking us to show her our favourite fall sweater, and it got me thinking about mine. So far, I've completed 5 adult sweaters(which isn't too bad, considering I only started knitting a little over two years ago), and there is a clear favourite out of the bunch.
My Common Ground cardigan!
Pattern: Common Ground
Yarn: Cascade Ecological Wool
Size: Uh...sort of a small/medium/large - I made a tonne of adjustments since the larger sizes got a little on the baggy side due to the raglan increases. Details on my Rav page.
lucidfuse made theirs (sorry, that's a Ravelry link).
And you know what? I totally forgot about this sweater until I read Andi's post! It's been stashed away somewhere - probably my disaster of a sewing room - for the summer, and now I really need to find and wear this lovely sweater! Especially since I have a cranberry picking adventure planned for my next time out of camp, and the weather has cooled right down. Thanks for the reminder, Andi!