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I've picked out these four as my favourites, and what I like about them is what I like about all Brooklyn Tweed patterns: the simple shapes, the respect for classic details, and a hint of some contemporary "je ne sais quoi". Also, most of them are knit with Shelter, which my favourite LYS now carries (I also find it easier to substitute for than Loft). Here are the details, with links to their Ravelry pages:
Top left: Rook, by Kyoko Nakayoshi
Top right: Carpino, by Carol Feller
Bottom left: Greenwood, by Ann-Marie Jackson
Bottom right: Skydottir, by Dianna Walla
It goes without saying that I don't need to be adding any new sweaters to my already impossible-to-knit-through list of knit garments, but there's something reassuring in knowing that the end of great patterns is nowhere in sight!
Now, if only they can hurry it up with BT Winter (just kidding...sort of).