I'm seriously considering one of the sleeved scarf/wraps. It's a combination of a wrap with its crossover bodice and a cardigan with its front (or back) opening and sleeves. Not only do I think it will be fun to sew and easy to wear, but it will give me the chance to use my idea of a non-traditional self ribbing. The picture at the very top of this page is of the pieces I've used to test this self ribbing idea of mine. Below is the finished proto cuff.
Ok, it's kind of subtle, but my thought was to use self fabric in reverse for the cuffs. (Using self fabric for cuffs is not new.) I'm not sure I'd use this technique with every type of sweater knit. I think this idea could work with neck or hem bands also. It would be important, of course, to get the length of the band just right. (Yup, this is the project I mentioned in my reply to Georgine's comment on my last post.)
The fabric is Westerly. Though fancier than the typical rib, structurally it's still a rib fabric. You can see the wales (columns) of knit stitches on either side of the fabric. I chose the side with the most knit stitches, the technical front, (See the "'Right' Side of Knit - Part 2".) to act as my "ribbing" for the cuff.
It's going to work for me. Now to choose my project!