I have finished Wisteria and really like it. It's a fabulous pattern with an interesting cable that was really fun to knit. Even though it's getting warmer here, I still had a chance to wear it today because my office is really chilly. These are not the most pristine freshly-blocked pics since I've been wearing the sweater all day, but here you go:
Because I'm behind updating my gallery, for now, you can find more pics and details on Ravelry.
You know, I did not come up with the name "SoKnitpicky" randomly. Let me show you where I'm critical of my knitting.
See holes there on the left side of the cable? This was knit top-down, so that actually represents holes created on the right side of the cable as it is knit.
The other place where there were holes was right around the underarm, where stitches are picked up to continue the sleeves. It always happens at the confluence of stitches going in different directions. I forgot to take a picture of the "before," but I did have to do some creative weaving-in-of-ends to tighten things up.
Some yarns are more forgiving than others. I think since this is a superwash merino that is less elastic than regular wool, and since it is not a textured yarn, the holes show more. I wish I understood the anatomy of why these holes happen so that I can prevent them. If you have pointers, I'd love to hear!