Intro from the book:
This super-soft tunic has an interesting construction that begins with the body and sleeves worked separately in an easy-to-memorize cabled feather-and-fan pattern. The sleeves are joined to the body with decreases positioned along the body "armholes" and the back neck is raised by decreases positioned along the back sleeves. The remaining yoke is worked in the round with some raglan shaping before the bind-off at the neck.
I see this as a great transitional sweater. It's lacy, which is great for warm weather. It's knit in a yarn blended with warm animal fibers, which is great for cool weather. It's short sleeve, which is great for warm weather. It has cables, which are great for cool weather.
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