Here's another wintery knit that I've been wearing all the time. It's the classic Elizabeth Zimmerman round-yoke sweater formula with my usual hip/bust/waist shaping and an experiment with the neckline.
I wanted to really curve the fairisle yoke into a flattering frame for my face rather than allow it to settle in a horizontal line across my broad shoulders. To achieve this effect I set aside all the front neckline stitches above the bust (just after attaching the sleeves) and worked short rows in one stitch steps to build up the back and across the arms to the recommended half-way point. Then I picked up all my stitches, made my first set of decreases, and started the fairisle yoke. I just made it up as I went and used scraps from my stash. I love how it turned out!
I've been skiing in this sweater all the time and enjoying several compliments. I love wool. :)
P.S. Thank you, Tom, for taking these nice photos for me!