I have been working with this yarn for a while. I bought it last summer, and it is a fingering weight wool/cotton blend. The knitting pattern is the Tucker Sweater from Interweave Knits Fall 2015. It is a beautiful pattern. I modified the pattern substantially for my thinner yarn and to use a top-down construction. It still looks perfectly fine my way.
But, I do not love it. You can tell by the creased wrinkles that it has been sitting in a knitting basket, unloved, for a while.
Here it was even earlier, back before I re-knit the body smaller, so I have definitely knit enough on this project to have it finished by now if I hadn't re-knit the body. It doesn't matter, though, because I don't love it. Sometimes, I'm just not excited about how something is turning out, and I've gotten better at just cutting the project off at that point, be it knitting or sewing. If I'm not happy with something halfway through, even if I can't pinpoint why, I'm not going to be happy with it when it is finished.Intersect, by Norah Gaughan for Brooklyn Tweed.