Yet an other knit I've finished recently, well this one I already finished before Christmas, but only came around now to photograph it. The pattern is from Subversive Femme's Etsy shop.
The fun thing about this cardigan is that it's knit in one piece up to arm pits, which means no side seams to sew! Sewing up the pieces is the most boring part imo. Also it's made from an aran weight yarn so it comes along quickly. I also wanted to avoid sewing the sleeve seams so I tried Tasha's instructions for knitting seamless set-in sleeves, which were very easy to fillow and worked like magic (although I found it quite difficult to work with a circular needle when it was a little too long for the work). Also I decided to make the sleeves only 3/4 length as I find it more flattering - it leaves the most narrow part, wrist, visible.
I ordered the yarn from Black Sheep Wool from UK. It's Rico Essentials soft merino aran in red. The wool is wonderfully soft and light weight and it doesn't itch.