It includes only a size 34 bust but re-sizing it is a breeze since it's such a simple design. For me I added two inches to the length of the hem and the sleeves, added about two inches in the bust and about an inch in the upper arm. I didn't really add any to the width of the hemline since it was so full already.
My first version is made from a mid-weight recycled cotton knit. It's like sweatshirt fabric except it doesn't have that soft, fleecy lining, it's a little scratchy and has really minimal stretch (but it's pretty comfy none the less.) I used a ribbed white cotton with a little spandex for the cuffs and neckline.
This is great pattern for beginner seamstresses or if you haven't worked with knits before. The directions are basic and clear and there's only five pieces to cut. I've used knits lots in the past couple years since getting a serger (but you do NOT need a serger to to make this...just a walking foot on your regular ole machine.) Hurray for a totally wearable, easy and free pattern from an indie pattern designer. Get the Dixie DIY Hot Cocoa Sweater pattern HERE!!