This is the Aspen Top-Down Sweater by Veronik Avery from the book Knitting Classic Style: 35 Modern Designs Inspired by Fashion’s Archives. I knit it with Debbie Bliss Chunky Cashmerino.
It has been nothing but problems for me from the beginning. It was not a hard knit but whatever could go wrong did. I felt like a first time knitter knitting this. This actually tried my patience and I finished it out of pure perseverance. I figured it would look good on me and I was tired of ripping out the yarn and I couldn’t figure out what else to use the yarn for. I have never dropped stitches as much as I did for this project. I have no idea why. the count is off for the small to divide the body up. I know it is even though there is no errata for it. because I counted 4 times and I was still off. so of course I had to rip it out again and figure it out. oh and train ride and sleeves on double points don’t recommend.
anyways here it is and i’m not that happy with the result. I don’t think i fixed all the dropped stitches that great because of course they were all knit through the back. or I dropped the cabling.