I finished a CustomFit Cushing Isle, and it's great.
I really like the CustomFit model. I can choose the yarn and gauge I like, and then the pattern is fit to my dimensions. I think it's especially nice now CustomFit has included some pre-designed patterns, and I don't have to do any design work to get a custom sweater. (I know I sound like an ad, but I just really like this model. It could be the computer scientist in me coming through here.)
I used MadelineTosh Vintage in Robin's Egg. Lovely, lovely yarn to knit with, and the color is amazing. It's almost a match to my blog color!
The front of the sweater is knit with texture, and the back and sleeves are knit in stockinette. I need to go in and re-adjust my arm measurements, because the sleeves came out a little short, and perhaps too wide.
When I first finished this sweater, I sewed on yellow buttons. I found myself choosing not to wear the sweater, though, because it was a little too twee. I like the current buttons much better, and I think it makes the sweater a little more versatile as well.
Overall, I count it as a yay. It's a great sweater, and the worsted-weight yarn gives me the warmth I need on cool days.
And something that's not a yay? This sweater, at least in its current state.
This sweater once fit me. It was a CustomFit design as well, and it was a perfect fit. Alas, the yarn required hand-washing instead of machine washing on cold, and I lost it. (After that I threw it in a load of hot laundry to really felt it up. Might as well, right?) Right now it's only suitable for an infant who wants a suit of armor, but I'll find some use for the felt as some point. It's very sad, as it was a sweater I wore often.
I went back to look for pictures of me in the sweater, but I only found one and it wasn't the best. So I'll have to let it live on in my memory as a once-perfect sweater. Perhaps I'll knit another one someday.