I do not see how to vote, but I do appreciate the poster who mentioned there are other views available.
Hi Cindy -- try this url, for a review and a reference to Halcyon yarns, where really short circulars can be purchased.
I like them all, but I think the Rayonnant Pullover is my favorite.
Why not make this a knit-a-long? I've never made a top down sweater and would love coaching while I go along!
They truly are all chic and beautiful. I love them all but must vote for the third even though the Lapis gets a strong second. However, since I don't have the smallest hips in the world, and with the Lapis flowing over the hips, I vote for the Rayonnet.
I love, love, love 3/4 sleeve length and square necklines so my pick is the Picadilli pullover! :) Although I like them all and would probably shorten the sleeves and if I were to make the Lapis Yoke, I would shorten the sleeve and omit the sleeve ribbing.
Rayonant is my favorite, although the neckline looks like bra straps would show.
Love the Rayonnant! The color choice and style had my name on it. Although if the Picadilli wanted to come and live with me, I'd gladly welcome it. What the heck, I'll take all three!
I love that yellow pullover. Actually they were all attractive. What I can't understand is when someone doesn't like any of them why they bother to comment unless they enjoy being rude. Ms. Patricia A. Adams-Purnell should take a course in spelling before she comments on anything!
Love the Lapis pullover! Gorgeous in its simplicity.
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I'm knitting the rayonnant right now, and I'm pretty bored. The yoke is great - easily understood pattern that works up to a beautiful result - but there are just so many inches of plain stockinette. Definitely go for something where the details continue farther down the body of the sweater.
I love the Lapis sweater but.......... it doesn't fit the slightly plus and plus sizes. It is frustrating to see a great pattern and then find out the bust is too small. How to expand the pattern without losing the shape? Wendla