the Coats & Clark website here. The pattern calls for Moda Dea Fashionista yarn, but I actually used Bernat Satin yarn in Antique Rose for this sweater.
Luckily my family has pretty much stopped asking me who I'm making a particular project for when they see me working on something. Lately most of the things I've been working on are either gifts or to sell in my Etsy shop. Mom happened to stop by my house the same day the package arrived with the yarn for this sweater. She saw the yarn skeins and commented on what a pretty color they were. I just said "yes, I like the color too." What I wanted to say was, "I'm glad you like it because it will be for you." She figured it out once she opened her package with the sweater inside. :o)
The sweater fits great, and the nice thing is that with the ribbed pattern it stretches as much as you need to hug your curves. That way it expanded to fit Mom nicely now, and as she is losing weight it will contract and still look attractive and not frumpy.