I am currently w/o camera, so I'll have to hunt someone down soon. This sweater is an addictive knit, I should be done soon (with the sweater at least, the spikes look time consuming).
I'm randomly striping, they're all varying widths, and there is no pattern, but if you're ever looking for a really cool striping sequence, check out this random stripe generator:
I love stripes and this site/tool is amazing.
After the green, I'm going to be making a red one because I have just as many red scraps as I do green...this is such a great scrap project. Ashiko's contrasting sleeves are a great example of how necessity is the mother of (really cool looking) invention. It reminds me of one of those baseball raglan tees, but fancy!
One quick question: how is everybody increasing? It's totally up to the knitter, I'm really curious what everyone chose. I'm using paired M1 increases--so before a marker, I make a right leaning and after I make a left leaning. Someone did this on Craftster, and I'm like the effect. It creates a little bar, and a hole, and they stack up to look like a ladder. I'm going to try to emphasize when I block.
Oh, another poll--how do you all feel about the puffed sleeves? Many people skip them, but I'm gonna rock them like Anne Shirley from Anne of Green Gables...