It's actually a brighter green than shows here. I've joined the body after separating the sleeves, and I am loving how it is turning out. This yarn is fairly rustic, and suits a plainer knit than the Slinky Ribs pattern. I've left the edgings to the end, and haven't decided on them yet. I'm leaning towards an applied I-cord all the way around - it will add some weight to the edges without being fussy.
I seem to be in a cardigan frenzy - I bought some knit fabric to reproduce some favourite sewn cardigans - both buttoned and open fronted. I'll draft the patterns from the existing cardigans and go from there. They fit my lifestyle, which is becoming more and more casual, it seems. The previous job (still hanging on in a freelance capacity, as long as I want to keep it), was completely casual, five days a week. The potential new job will be a virtual office for a while, so working at home will mean I'll have to force myself out of the jammies in the morning. Casual cardigans over t-shirts or turtlenecks seem to be my self-appointed uniform. (When I'm not in a hoodie and sweats...)