The yarn is a narrow cotton ribbon. Like most cotton yarns it has little give and is a bit stiff when first knit up, but that is remedied in the washing and blocking.
The raindrop stitch is from one of Barbara Walker’s books and I love the way it shows up with this ribbon shaped yarn. Once blocked this yarn has a surprisingly wonderful drape. I was very pleased with the results.
This cardigan is worked from the top down in one piece. It begins with a rounded yoke and then moves into raglan shaping to finish off the bodice. Once it is divided, the body is worked straight down and the sleeves quickly completed with a couple of rounds of the Raindrop Stitch. It is then finished off with a crocheted edge.
This cardigan was designed with plenty of ease to give a flowing, flattering fit.
Here is a link to a store that carries Oh Mercy Me
The colors available and the phone number are in a thread for the Raindrop Cardigan in the Wood House Knits group here.