I knitted this cardigan in pieces and seamed them together. I admit that it's not my favorite way to design, but I wanted to branch out.
Each piece is cabled with a variation on the back panel; the sleeves and front each have just one of the circle-y cables, and the back has three. I love, love, love this design. Despite taking ages and ages to finish, and having to rip it out about a million times, I still love it.
The Tullamore Cardigan (Ravelry link)
Skills needed: Long tail cast on, cabling with or without a cable needle, increases and decreases, seaming, picking up stitches.
Ladies’ S (M, L, XL, 2X, 3X)
Full bust: 37 (40, 43, 46, 49, 52)
To fit bust sizes 33-36 (36-39, 39-42, 42-45, 45-48, 48-51)
To be worn with 1-4 inches of positive ease in the bust. Shown in size 40 with approximately 3 inches of positive ease.
Yarn:Dream in Color Classy; [100% Merino; 250yd/229m per 113 g skein]; Color: Amber Glass; 5 (6, 6, 7, 7, 8) skeins
Note on the yarn: see above comments about this particular lot's thickness. I would recommend a DK yarn instead, unless you also have a lot of thin Classy. Everlasting DK is a good choice for a sub.
Until April 30th, get the pattern for $4.50 on Ravelry. After that I'm bumping it up to its regular price of $6.50. EU knitters can get the pattern on Love Knitting as usual.