Can you tell that Rosner used to own a LYS, and knows exactly what people want? Just look at this piece. It harkens back to a gansey tradition, but without all the small-gauge fussiness. And the knitting is easy, but cool. Rosner: "The lower section of the jacket is worked in one piece, beginning at the right front and ending at the left front. The upper fronts are worked from stitches picked up along the edge of the lower section. The sleeves are worked down from stitches picked up along the armhole."