Here is my Featherweight Cardigan (which I'm calling the Welterweight Cardigan, because my yarn is a heavy laceweight). After this photo, I saw that I wanted a longer cardigan, so I performed some minor sweater surgery. I threaded a lifeline through the last row before the ribbing, ripped the ribbing, knit another two inches in st. st., and starting ribbing again. (So, where the needle is in the photo is about where the ribbing starts now.) I did just under two inches of ribbing and bound off. I'm going to do three-quarter-length sleeves, and I'm going to do the neck/front band in k1,p1 ribbing to avoid the dreaded curl.
My version is a little roomier than most others, but it's because I see this cardigan as a fall/winter layer instead of a summer cover-up. The yarn (Blackberry Ridge silk blend lace) is wool and silk and, like I said, heavier than other laceweight yarns, so this is going to be warm. And it needs to fit over more than a tank top. I just hope it doesn't block out to be really huge. (What? Swatch? Swhaa...?)
I picked up the current issue of Knitscene after hearing Nicole and Jenny talk about it. Is anyone else thinking of making the Heather Hoodie Vest without the hood?