This is the Gnarled Oak Cardigan by Alana Dakos. The pattern is in the Coastal Knits book. The yarn is Elfin Tweed by Knit One Crochet Two.
I wasn't in love with the loose fit of the design, but I did love the yoke, so the first thing I did was make a gauge swatch and plan for a more fitted sweater.
Ummmm that didn't work out. The finished sweater is a bit shorter and wider than I wanted, but I'm ok with it. I think my gauge swatch was too small to be totally accurate, so that accounts for the larger body. The length I have no excuse for... I guess I just got lazy and didn't think I really needed that extra inch.
I looked in a few stores for a long sleeved tee to wear underneath. I couldn't find anything in a good color, and then I rediscovered this in my closet. Perfect! Also, either the tee has stretched a bit in the wash or I've slimmed down a tad because it no longer feels tight.
As always, I LOVE that the sleeves of my hand-knits are long enough for my chimp arms.
As a little side note: I chose this yarn because I used Knit One Crochet Too's Kettle Tweed for a gift for my mom recently, and I really enjoyed working with it. This yarn has all the same fiber content but was slightly less silky in my hands. It was still perfectly enjoyable - just not quite at the zen level of the Kettle Tweed. I am curious why. Perhaps something with the kettle dye process of the former.