Last night I finished the knitting portion of the Guernsey Wrap that I was working on while I visited my mom in Denver. We just kind of hung out at her house, so I had plenty of quality knitting time and really got into the rhythm of it. I used seven skeins of Knit Picks Wool of the Andes that I had purchased in 2007 with the intention of knitting a saddle shoulder pullover. Last year I started fooling around with some other possibilities, and when Jane W brought her wrap-in-progress to stitch & bitch I knew I had found the right pattern. I had looked at the pattern online just the day before and thought I might like it; seeing one in progress convinced me. I've seen her wearing hers and I know I will enjoy mine. The only thing is that we have used yarn in similar colors, but I doubt we will wear it (often) at the same time and I think hers is more golden and mine more reddish.
I may well use this pattern again. It's a really wearable garment that looks much more complicated than it was to knit, and the instructions were very clear.