Not the best photo, but the best I could do under the circumstances. (Did you know that it takes *six* weeks for a cracked tailbone to heal?) As you can see, I have been having a great time with this sweater. I can't recall ever having knit the back of a sweater so quickly. And while this isn't on tiny needles, it's not on tree trunks either -- good, respectable US 8's.
Obviously I'm enjoying the knitting of Butterfly quite a bit, but I have to say that I'm also enjoying the pattern. Unlike the error infested Lavold pattern, this one seems free of problems so far. (I did make a bit of a change on the decreases where you switch from the chevron pattern to ss, and if you are making this sweater, feel free to ask me about it.) The only problem I have is lack of schematics, but that seems to be a problem across the board with many of the major knitwear designers. grumble. . .
p.s. - I just shot a quick note to the Jane Ellison website people asking for errata for the Noro Knits book. If I get any replies, I'll post them here!