Some people saw that nice rainbow yoke I had done back in early fall...
Well it is now attached to a body and I love the result!
The pattern is Christmas in July by Tanis Lavallee and most of the yarn used is Julie Asselin. More details on my project page.
That yoke is amazing! I love the high contrast suggested by Tanis. Having said that, I'd be tempted to try one in a colour palette, like this version Tanis made.
I love my main colour, Albizia, and how it's both contrasting with the yoke but elegant and easy to wear. And talk about a fingering weight pullover! It might be discouraging to knit at time, but the feel of the fabric is so worth the wait and effort.
I was worried that is would grow too much, being a superwash merino sock yarn, but I didn't take any chance and picked a smaller size : 33 instead 36, which worked out perfectly. And I had only two skeins of the main colour, hence the 3/4 sleeves, which are a favourite anyway.