It's a simple top-down, round yoke cardigan. I started the yoke in garter, then put in a few rows of stockinette, a few more rows of garter, a few more of stockinette, a final single purl row on the right side and moved to all stockinette by the time I divided for sleeves. I did put on 10 rows of garter on the sleeves and bottom hem to prevent rolling. I also added garter button bands and found cute pink and orange buttons to pick up the colors in the yarn. Although it doesn't look like it in the picture, the pink in the sweater is the exact same color as my top, which is sleeveless and just a tad too low cut for the office. The sweater covers up the decolletage and my arm flaps so now I can wear this top to the office.
One of my co-workers, Katie, said her mother spins and had goats; I told her to give her mom the info to join the PDX Knit Bloggers and Portland Spinnerati and let her know that she is welcome to join us anytime. Well, it turns out Katie's mom owns Applebright Farm Pygoras and she very kindly sent me this sampler!
And it's the perfect size to fit inside my Sock Summit bag which I've using my big Sock Summit bag on a daily basis to carry all my stuff; it's big enough to carry my wallet, lunch, and knitting, and I use the outside pockets for my phone, water bottle, mp3 player, key cards, etc.