I’ve recently finished Ysolda Teague’s Liesl with the leftover yarn from the Mrs. Darcy cardigan. I highly recommend this as it’s very easy and quick to knit, just the basic feather and fan pattern. There are also several variations making it very versatile.
Beware, it grows significantly after blocking! Someone told me it expands a lot, so I quit knitting even though I was planning on doing another five pattern repeats. When I casted off it was too short and I was a bit worried, but I’m really glad I finished where I did. Actually, the whole thing looked too small and I thought I might have to go on a massive diet to fit into it.
I added 1.5 pattern repeats on the sleeve. Originally, I was going to make the longer sleeves, but by the time I got to the sleeves, spring had arrived so, I went for a short sleeve I could wear over t-shirts. I also did a single crochet on the button band for some extra reinforcement.
The pattern has two bind-off variations, a regular bind-off that creates waves with the feather and fan pattern, and a picot bind-off, which is the variation of the little red shrug in the top picture. I did the regular bind-off and am very pleased with the result.