Metung. It's my first bit of extensive cabling, which I accomplished without a cable needle and the yarn is from The Three Irish Girls, colourway, 'Parisienne'. The pattern is adapted from Vogue Knitting, Early Fall 2011. (Which is called Designer Knitting, when it's outside America, apparently.) The original pattern had a straight cabled rectangular, pulled in at the neck by a shawl pin but I decided that would be a little bulky, so I decreased a couple of times during the cables and then changed the cables to 2 x rib, and then to 1 x rib, effectively creating a rollover polo neck. If I do this in a summer weight - and I might well, because the cable pattern would look good in a cotton, too, I wouldn't bother decreasing down to 1 x rib, but have a wider neck. I'm happy with the snugger feel for a winter-weight, however and it does add warmth.
The very lovely and unexpected element to this shoulder-warmer is that it perfectly matches the floral Docs I bought on my last trip to Brisbane!
Blurry night shot of pleasure craft outside the Metung pub window. That bit of orange you can see (no, not the reflection flare on the side, silly - the bit on the horizon that's barely visible) is actually the full moon, rising like a Halloween pumpkin.