A while ago, I asked people in my knitting group if anyone would like to test knit patterns for me. Several people kindly offered, and I provided them with Icelandic lopi yarn of different weights. One of the girls in the group, Maria, who was first to jump on the train, recently finished her sweater and I released the pattern last weekend.
The sweater is called Thingvellir, or rather Þingvellir, and is named after the Icelandic national park with the same name where the American and the Eurasian tectonic plates meet and you can walk literally between two continents. The sweater features a celtic-ish eternal spiral and other spirals. It is knit from létt-lopi, the 2-ply Icelandic yarn and the suggested colorway is in beige and brown sort of earthy colors.
The pattern is available on Ravelry.