This is Moor.
Moor is from "Yorkshire Fable". You might not recognize it.
I seem to have deviated a bit from the pattern. You can see the original here: http://www.colourway.co.uk/rowan/yfable/yfable.htm
It clearly has no skulls or scorpions but whatever.
I knit this sweater in the round, as not specified in the pattern instructions.
And then I did "fair isle short row shoulders in the round" as taught on Janine's blog at http://feralknitter.typepad.com/feral_knitter/
Try it, it works.
The instructions are written for working the shoulder seam with an i-cord bind-off, but I've never done that, and Moor called for a knitted-off shoulder and why would I want to do that, since I had deviated from the pattern so much?
From the outside:
A look at the shoulder. To me it's acceptable, but my standards may be low.
This is the same seam from the inside.
I three-needle binded (bound?) off the shoulder seams, which involved a lot of yelling at my family to be quiet (why is it that I always need to bind the shoulders together at 1 pm on Saturday, when I have had too much coffee and not enough food, and there are always 11-year-olds who need to practice their quiet inside voices while I'm doing it?)
And then I finished this:
And this is my fakey-fakey Delphine Wilson knock-off, which I call Admonition. It looks fabulous on the mannequin, but those shoulders were hell, I must say.
Now, if only I could finish Manhattan. Or, as I now call it, due to the americana colorway, Syracuse.