I recently finished this sweater, which was part of a Knitalong for the Tanis Fiber Arts Ravelry group. I love how it turned out!
Pattern: Clear Creek Pullover
Yarn: Tanis Fiber Arts Blue Label in Hand Dyed One of a Kind skeins (2)
I made some modifications, most notably adding faux seams, which is where I moved the beginning of the round, so that I could easily conceal the alternating of the two yarns I was using. They were both hand dyed one of a kind, and although similar, they were quite different. Here's a shot of the two skeins when this was still a work in progress:
Oh, indoor nighttime photography! It just never looks as good as natural light. Never.
See how one is more rosy, and one is more blonde? That blonde one looks like a mess because it was a center pull skein that had since collapsed in on itself. It's not as tangled as it looks, I promise.
Even though it's really cold out, I love, love, LOVE the light you get for photos when there is snow on the ground. The white of the snow reflect the light perfectly, it's like nature's photoshop for your skin!