It's done. I did a crappy job blocking. The boat neck is too high and gaps in the center. It needs to be pulled down to the shoulders. Also, the sleeves are a little bit baggy. I'm going to steam block everything and try to make it submit to my will.
The asymmetrical cable is fun, but it makes my second base look crooked.
My bare skin can't handle most fibers during the colder months here in Montana. The combination of wind, dry air, and subzero temperatures turn me into a pink, scaly elephant. So I usually wear long sleeve tees or turtlenecks under my sweaters. (I spent 20 minutes scratching myself and putting on oatmeal lotion after this picture.) It won't be a complete disaster if the sweater stays loose.
I used some cheap Paton's Classic Wool my husband found on clearance at Michael's for $2 a skein. $10 for a sweater ain't bad, baby.