Okay, I have numerous other projects to finish (including a sweater with Rowan yarns that is my own design), but ever since I saw the pic in the Holiday Vogue Knitting, I knew that the autumn colorway of the AS Oregon sweater was in my future.
Since I have vowed to use up as much of my stash as possible, instead of ordering the *proper*yarn for this sweater, I'm going to use Knit Picks Palette yarns, of which I have a huge amount, in all of the colors (including the new heathers). I went through the color charts and matched KP yarns as best I could to the smallish pic in Vogue. And then I entered the chart into my cross stitch program (which is where I design all of my Fair Isle things). And then I made a list of the KP substitutions. And then I knit the swatch, which turned out beautifully (though I think I may make a couple of color changes- one brown and one red are both too dark, and I mistook one color on my chart and used green instead of gray as the background on the lowest leaf section). The color substitutions are my own approximations and preferences- you may think other colors work better (and you may well be right), but just in case anyone is interested, I've uploaded the substitution list (click to enlarge, right click to save). The yardage estimates are just that- they may or may not be enough to complete the sweater as shown.
But I am absolutely not starting this sweater yet.