My new favorite! The Tivoli T from Grumperina, graciously offered for free on her blog. It was a very fast knit. I think it took me about a week of occasional knitting to finish it. I had a few marathon nights in there, especially when I was working on the bodice and could really fly. I did spend a couple extra days adding the edges at the neck and armholes after I initially finished it. I just couldn't control the rolling and the neck was sagging a bit. The 1x1 ribbing there firmed it up and stopped the rolling as did the band of seed stitch at the bottom hem.
Yarn - one hank of Schaefer Laurel (mercerized cotton) and three hanks of Noro Lily (cotton/silk) in alternating 2 rows of each color.
Needles - Denise Needles - US sz. 8, 6, and 7
This was sort of an experiment of knitting stripes in the round for me, which I really have never attempted before. You can see the result here. It's not what I'd hoped for, but I will try again using another method in the future. I'm planning on adding some pink mother of pearl buttons to the "ridge" in the back where the colors change and call it a design element!