This time I changed the neckline up a little. I wanted a V-neck but without the hassle of a continuous band that goes from the bottom to the center back neck. To accomplish this, there is a 3-stitch flat area before the neckline decreases start. This was sort of successful, but the next version will have a slightly larger flat area just to see how that looks. This is a very pretty green that I couldn't catch in a photograph. As are all the other sweaters, it is made from Red Heart Supersaver and only took 3 skeins. Supersaver knits up very well on a knitting machine except that you have to watch for the occasional flaw in the yarn that can snag in the yarn carriers. I wind the yarn into big yarn cakes before knitting it on the machine. One skein will make the whole back or front with a little left over, and one skein will make two cardigan fronts or two sleeves.
I didn't make any Christmas presents this year so have nothing to hurry and finish up. It is very relaxing.