Here's the link to a Pinterest page for it: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/56365432806718901/
Instead of using the yarn recommended in the pattern, I (of course) had to spin my own. And because this is a blogpost on an angora blog, there had to be some angora fiber in it. :)
The yarn for the body is three plies of white alpaca and one ply of broken blue angora. The yarn for the laceweight neck insert is one ply of alpaca and one ply of angora. And all the yarn is dyed using Dharma dye deep magenta.
Because this post is about what's on the needles today, I don't actually have a finished sweater to photograph. Here is how it looks today:
(Picture to be posted Monday. It's 11PM and I'm too tired to go upstairs and get the laptop that will accept the camera card. This one is finicky and will not read it.)
It has been knitting up rather quickly, for which I am quite grateful, because I have to have this done for my husband's company Christmas party in three weeks. I should make it with plenty of time to spare.