It seems like this sweater flew off my needles. Seriously. This was quite possibly the easiest, least complicated sweater I have ever knit. It’s a raglan knit from the bottom up. You knit the body up to the point where the sleeves need to be attached, then you knit the sleeves, join them to the body, and knit up from there. The only modification I made was knitting the sleeves in the round, two at a time, while magic looping. I did that because knitting sleeves one at a time makes me want to stab myself in the eye with a knitting needle, especially if the two sleeves then turn out to be two different lengths. And yes, that has happened to me more than once. At least when I make a mistake while knitting two at a time, it’s generally the same mistake in the same place.
Pattern: Glasgow Sweater from Interweave Knits, Winter 2016
Yarn: Malabrigo Twist, in Manzanilla Olive
Size: I made the smallest size, knit the pattern almost exactly as written, and used just under 7 skeins
Needles: size 9 and 10