Kathy Kelly Cabled Capelet is the pattern. I had some concerns going in, however, they were mostly unfounded. The pattern was simple enough to follow. The cables were simple and I did not use a cable needle/dpn for the cabling.
Lion Brand Fishermen's Wool in "nature's brown". This is semi-vintage yarn that's been in the stash for ages. It was slightly sheepy and nice to work with. Although, next time, if there is, I'll use a slightly thicker yarn.
US8/5mm circular needles in a couple of different lengths.
I think it took a week or so knit. As usual, I've moved on since knitting this and all detail are sort of vague. At best.
This one looks impressive but was simple enough to knit. So impressive that there were a couple semi-snarky comments at the LYS when I ran in for needles and a little modeling/photo taking. I didn't bother explaining to the snarker that it was easy to cable 2 stitches or whatever it was. Very much one of those jealous judgey types who think they can't do things because they've not tried them before. Of a certain age, of course.
Wouldn't life be boring if we were all the same? ;^)
Are we good, Cheryl? ;^)
(It's sock yarn. No, not all the sock yarn. Just some of it.)