Ommegang is my take on the asymmetric cabled tunic that's been floating around Pinterest. I used graduated cables for a mix of delicate curves and textures on one side, keeping to soft twists and rounded edges. They are arranged by size and simplicity, trailing off to one side of the body. This complex panel contrasts nicely with the smooth stockinette of the other side of the tunic, which keeps the sweater from being too busy and gives you a little break while knitting around.
I knit mine with a shortish turtleneck that can be worn standing up or folded down. The transition from cables to turtleneck is accented by a little welt around the neckline, which is a fun technique to knit and makes a great detail under the ribbing. The pattern is written with instructions for a turtleneck, a longer turtleneck or a cowl.
I chose Bare Naked Wool, Stone Soup DK in Marble for its beautiful soft mix of different fibres, the yarn is lofty and sturdy at the same time - if that is possible!