When I started spinning last year, I never imagined that I would spin enough to make a sweater - well I found a pattern that only needed a small amount of yarn!
The pattern (really a 'recipe') is 'Sassymetrical' by Gay Schiff, available for free on her blog.
This is how the sweater started-
Over 200 grams of 50% Merino/25% Bamboo/25% Silk fibre from SweetGeorgia Yarns - it was the February 2014 Fibre Club selection, inspired by the Pantone colour of the year 'Radiant Orchid'.
It was a dream to spin.
I spun a 2 ply yarn, in about a fingering/sport weight.
The sweater is knit from the top down, so I was able to try it on I knitted and use all the yarn to make it a nice length.
Here is the link for my project page on Ravelry if you are interested in more details on how I made the sweater.
This was a really fun project to make!