I really enjoyed this pattern. There was enough detail to keep it interesting while providing for a great fit and giving it a nicely finished look.
I had 3 hanks of yarn to work with and just barely made it. I knit the 35.5 size and had only a few yards of the 1320 I started with. (Note that when I bought the yarn it came in hanks of 440 yds. I believe it now only has 420.) The yarn felt a bit more woolly than I normally like at first touch, but it was wonderful to knit with and I absolutely love the finished feel. In addition, the price is extremely reasonable and, since it's Madelinetosh, the colors of course are breathtaking! This particular color is called Mourning Dove.
I did knit a swatch, but since I find swatches rather unreliable when it comes to estimating actual growth on a full garment knit with superwash wool, I just knit to gauge. The result was a perfectly fitted cardigan which I could've let go with a good steaming, but since I like a bit more length and room in my sweaters, I opted for a good soak and careful blocking which provided the extra space and length I was hoping for. (That little blob of yarn above the left shoulder is the entire amount I had leftover. Yes, I was really sweating it.)
After what was the most mild summer I have ever experienced in So Cal, I can only assume that the recent heatwave is entirely my fault. I will now try to make amends with the sun and dry winds by shopping for tank tops and more sinus medicine.