Here she is. My very first sweater design. Wisteria is knit in Soft Linen and is part of the collection in Perennials, recently published by Classic Elite. It is the simplest of knits--a short sleeved, yoke top knit from the top down with flared sleeves and a cinch at the hips.
When I worked at my LYS, it was a 3 mile round trip that I walked on most days. Everything changed when I got an 'all-grown-up' job and started driving to work. After a few months at the desk I gained about 15 pounds (some would argue it was a good thing, I'm munchkin-sized).
I designed Wisteria with positive ease to hide my new smooshy parts. The open neck sits on the shoulders and the body of the sweater is loose fitting down to the cinch at the hip. The cord pocket is worked into the piece as it is knit and an i-cord tie means the sweater can fit just right on many different shapes and sizes. Soft Linen has just enough drape to give the fabric movement and animal fibers in the yarn keep the fabric from being sheer.
I do have to admit I think this piece still looks great on the slim model; it's sweater for many sizes. And in plain stockinette, it's also a sweater for many skill levels. Having already knit this piece for CEY, I think I may make one for myself in Firefly. It will take more sizing and calculations (different weight yarn) but one yoked top later, I'm up for the challenge...