The Winter Bis 2011 issue of Knitty came out in December; look for my design, the Alata pullover! Alata is short sleeved, worked entirely in the round, and perfect for wearing over a turtleneck or blouse to ward off winter chill (or fall or spring chill, for that matter). I used Malabrigo Worsted yarn, which is an absolutely wonderful soft, squishy wool; it also comes in a gorgeous palette of kettle dyed (semisolid) colorways. But of course substitute yarn choices are practically endless; a wool/cotton blend would also work beautifully.
By the way, "Alata" is not actually a lazy way of saying "a lot of"; it's Italian for "winged." Doesn't the lace cable stitch pattern look like wings? The way they fan out to the left and right reminds me of the winged skull design common on many Colonial-era gravestones here on Cape Cod.