This is a cardigan I wear again and again. It's flattering, looks great with jeans or my handsewn clothes, and works from fall through spring. The grey version, above, was my first wheel-spun wool project. The original blue version was knitted in a yarn that is no longer available, and I've been meaning to update it for a while. At the same time, I want to do more to use and promote sustainable wools. So, I'm happy to announce that Zora has now been re-published on Ravelry for knitting with Topsy Farms Pure Sheep Wool 2-ply. You can read more about Topsy and my trip to Amherst Island last spring here. I'll be knitting a new Zora for myself shortly, probably in their soft black. (Am I crazy to knit an aran pattern in such a dark colour?) You can order Topsy wool here. Note that my yardage recommendations are generous. However, I don't think you'll have difficulty finding something to do with any leftovers.
The Ravelry link is here. Take time to check out the project pages. You'll notice that some knitters have chosen to interweave the cables while others didn't bother to mirror the cables as written. There's lots of room for choice.