I couldn't resist.
Pattern: Oceane by French Girl.
Yarn: Gelato and Rayon Boucle, both by Fiesta Yarns. Two skeins each, in the Caribbean colorway.
Needles: Size 17US Brittany needles (Pattern calls for size 19US)
Finished Size: Approx. 20" x 72"
Notes: Pattern calls for Rowan's Linen Print, now discontinued, but still available in some shops. Since I wanted a blue green color, I substituted the ribbon yarn. On its own, it doesn't hold the pattern well. The boucle and smaller needles give it more body, though still retaining a silky drape. Pattern is relatively easy, but if you are using slippery yarn, I highly recommend a lifeline. Drop one stitch, and you'll be re-knitting ten rows. Which I did. Several times.
This was supposed to be my project for the Tour de France KAL, but it turned out to be my project for the Vuelta a Espana (Tour of Spain, also 3 weeks long) instead. Now I'm working on last year's unofficial TdF project, the picot camisole, 3.0 version. It's my longest-standing and only UFO, which tells you how much I've been avoiding it this year. The good news is, I'm further along than ever before, and I put the stitches on the circular needle in the correct direction this time. There is no bad news so far, but I'm still not entirely happy with this picking up of stitches from a sideways garter stitch border (and having to add in noticeable increases on the seam). The OCD part of me wants perfection, the rational part of me wants to believe local knitting expert friends, who looked at it for the umpteenth time this week, and tell me it's fine. I'm also working on a car-knitting Christmas scarf, for a very important person in Charlie's life. :)