I've got three pictures of my almost-finished sweater in this post (click to enlarge). I like this one because you can see how the bottom garter stitch of the sweater rolls up. Blocking the sweater is the last step before it's finished. I decided to make the sweater with three-quarter sleeves because I realized that I ALWAYS roll up the sleeves, why not make them the length I want? I think I made them a smidgen too short, but I don't have a clue how I would lengthen them by an inch without a whole lot of grief. Next sweater, maybe.
I'm wearing the sweater right now, and it feels good, except it's really warm. In this picture (below), you can see the way the sweater is supposed to hang on the bottom, but it doesn't, so I think before I block it, I will hem the garter stitch up, since that stitch is the same on either side (row of knit, row of purl). (The color is different because I used the flash.)
I called my family's expert knitter, my aunt Quetita, and she said she has NEVER had a problem like that (stitches rolling up), and she thought my solution would be a good one. She also suggested simply sewing the side seams closed so it wouldn't roll up. Anyway, I'm done, and I have two skeins left, so I think my next project will be a pair of felted mittens, since this yarn is supposed to be the best for felting!! Gotta have something to work on, since I'm almost done with this project. Here's a picture of me in the sweater where I I think look a little like my sister Norma Jean!