The Miette is designed by Andi Satterlund, and is available as a free download here.
Such a great little pattern. Clearly I love it a bunch since this is my second version in less than six months *blush* and I used the exact same wool too; six balls of Debbie Bliss Donegal Luxury Tweed Aran. This time in colour Gold, 360036.
Actually, the truth is that when I went in to buy the wool for my first Hunter/Forest green version I dithered and agonised for ages between the two colours. Like, for so long it was embarrassing. I loved them both. Finally I chose the green, obviously; but the golden mustard kept haunting my thoughts. I couldn't stop thinking about it. And I knew that it hated being left behind. It really wanted to come home with me too. Really, it did.
In my original swap plans I had proposed not a cardi but a jacket; in a really nice mustard, open weave fabric which was a Christmas gift from Tim. But the closer I came to Cutting The Fabric, the more doubt crept insidiously in. The fabric is really very nice. I was bound to ruin it. And thinking about it; I really prefer wearing knitted cardigans to jackets, most of the time. I remembered the Gold wool. The colour is identical, and perfect. Aha! Swift justification for an acquisition!! I raced joyfully, but hastily, to the wool store. What if it had sold out? But there it was, patiently waiting for me. Clearly, it was meant to be. Thus; I made a cardigan instead of a jacket.
And I still have my lovely mustard fabric, which I think would rather be a skirt. Some day when I get up the courage to take the scissors to it. :)
Cardigan: the Miette, in Debbie Bliss Donegal Luxury Tweed Aran col. 360036 Gold)
Top: the loose drapey top from Drape Drape, in rayon/linen knit, details here
Skirt; Vogue 1170 in ivory leatherette, details here and my review of this pattern here
Shoes; Bronx, from Zomp shoes