I was cruising my favorite pattern websites and found the latest post on the Sewing Workshop sit for this pretty unlined wool knit Verona Jacket variation.
Linda has provided down-loadable tutorial/directions and even offers a kit which I took advantage of. You can order the kit without the pattern, or just the fabric.
I haven't been sewing because I took an awful fall after Friday afternoon's pool therapy sessions/workouts, tripping on the carpet on the way out the door of the facility as I was leaving even with my cane. Since the muscles and nerves in my feet aren't functioning hardly at all, my feet drag or get caught when there is friction with carpet and shoe soles. Anyway I fell on my left wrist and forearm and both knees, ankles. My therapist checked me and didn't think I broke anything but I had a lot of pain in my left forearm near the elbow and wrist area when I twist it, and could hardly stand on my right foot and the ankle still has swelling since ligaments were sprained. I used an icepack over the weekend and then got X-rays Monday since I still couldn't put any weight on it. Fortunately they showed that I didn't break any of the bones, verifying the sprains. Then I fell again yesterday on the same arm. I was progressing so well with balance and even able to wiggle my right toes after them being "dead" for so long. My husband won't leave me alone in the house for fear I'm going to fall again.
This makes getting up to my second floor sewing room even more difficult. I need to finish another 2x4 tunic top, this time in a printed ponte knit. I don't know about you, but I can't wait for spring and I'm looking forward to playing with Louise Cutting's upcoming pattern here that should be out later this month.