The most important for this pattern is to choose the right size (and yarn to fit the gauge) so the fitted neckline, and special raglans are placed right.
You can make your own version by taking one of the different parts from one of the options and mix it with another one.
The sweater has none or a positive ease of approx 0-10cm/0-4” at circumference of high bust measurement of chest at underarm level (not at full bust!)
The finished measurement around high bust is XS: 83.5cm/32.75” (S: 87cm/34.25”, M: 94.5cm/37.25, L: 101cm/39.75”) (XL: 109cm/43”, 2XL: 116cm/45.5”, 3XL: 122.5cm/48.25)
22 sts x 28 rows over 10cm x 10cm/4” x 4” with larger needles in stockinette stitch after wet blocking
The purple samples:
750 (800, 850, 950) (1050, 1150, 1250) m/ 820 (875, 929, 1038) (1148, 1257, 1367) y Blackhill Silke & Uld, lightweight, 75% wool, 25% silk from Garnudsalg.dk, 575m/629y for 100g/3.53oz
The blue/grey samples:
750 (800, 850, 950) (1050, 1150, 1250) m/ 820 (875, 929, 1038) (1148, 1257, 1367) y silk-merino, fingering, 80%merino wool, 20% silk, handdyed from Supergarne.com, 400m/438y for 100g/3.53oz
Amount of yarn is calculated for a short-sleeved version with moderate ease, but your choice of sleeve length, ease and length of the body can/will affect the amount of yarn needed.
3.5mm/US 4, 80cm/32” circular needle for rib at the body and double pointed needles for rib at the neck and sleeves.
4.0mm/US 6, 80cm/32” circular needle for body and double pointed needles for knitting the sleeves.
Waste yarn and stitch markers