I am especially happy for this one, because it was (and still is) one of these experiments where you have a dozen of different ideas that you want to implement all of them in one project and the resulting garment that comes to life right in front of you is evolving by it's self, having it's own personality.
There are different all over textured patterns on the body and the sleeves - on the sleeves it's one of the rare times I am using lace, since I do have quite an ambivalent feeling towards lacy patterns. The pullover also uses a different way to work the raglan increases: the back of the sleeve is worked on a different rate than the front, to produce a deeper section of the lacy pattern at the rear side.
Hopefully the Orza pattern is going to produce a similar feeling of being the most accomplished knitter when finishing it...
You can either download the pattern for this little summer top on my website here or find it directly on the ravelry pattern page, together with many other beautiful versions, knitted up by talented ravelers.