I have called my latest knit When Debbie Met Sally.
Being loose and drapey meant that the stitch consistency of When Debbie Met Sally seemed not so 'pretty'. But a toss in the washing machine cured that.
Pattern - loosely based on the basic Dk weight Top Down V Neck Cardi from Button Up Your Top Down. Used Sally Mellville's idea of one large and one small needle as in her pattern Where's The Opaque from Book 1 The Knit Stitch.
Needles - 3.75mm and 6.00mm - alternating one row each throughout the sweater. Trim on neck and sleeves knit with 3.75mm only.
Shaping - some waist shaping done with side decreases.
Length - about 4 inches below waist.
Short rows used on the sleeves to keep the top side of the sleeves from riding up. Also a couple of short rows across the back. It is not easy to hide short row turns in a loosely knit, garter stitch garment. My jury is still out on whether or not their advantages outweigh the wonky stitches.