While I seem to enjoy the supposedly boring stockinette stitch more than the average knitter, I have to admit that by the time I was nearing the bottom of the body of this sweater, Turmeric by Veera Välimäki, I'd had enough of it. It just never seemed to end, and each round was only adding a couple of millimeters to the length. But I'm glad I made it to the end, because I'm quite happy with the result. I'm not sure if this is totally flattering to my top-heavy body shape, but, nevertheless, it is a nice design.
And I like the combination of pattern and yarn. It was my first time working with Sivilla from Wetterhoff, and I'm very pleased. The wool and silk blend has a nice drape, and I can see myself using this for both sweaters and shawls in the future. The softness and lightness should make it a good yarn for warm weather items, like a skimpy cardigan.
As usual, my camera was unable to reproduce the correct shade of teal. Some postprocessing later it's a bit closer to the truth, at the price of my face turning green. And the color of the sweater is still not correct.