Wheat Crop Jumper by Ruth Garcia-Alicantud at a gauge of 20st/4" on US6
knitted in Frangipani, Cornish Gold
Traditional ganseys are typically knit at a tight gauge of 32 stitches/36 rows per 4" on a US1. But you can knit any sport weight project and gauge the needles accordingly, or, if you fancy knitting color work then up your needle size and see these gorgeous colors pop. Whatever you knit, be sure to knit, wash and dry a gauge swatch first.
Sibella Pullover by Carrie Bostick Hoge knitted in Frangipani in Olive colorway
This sports weight yarn is made of 5 plies smoothly twisted together and is available in 20 colors all of which is spun and dyed in Yorkshire, England. The colors available represent traditional colors as well as more modern complex colors.
example of gansey sweater:
White Gansey by Beth Brown-Reinsel knitted at 24st/4" on US 4