This sweater is practically a PSA for why gauge matters. It's got everything: amateur construction, tight and yet saggy neckline, five extra inches of ease, horrifically misshapen sleeves. I knit it about five years ago, and I don't even want to name the pattern because this is such a poor example of what it could be.
It was my first sweater, and I knew about halfway through the thing that it wasn't going to work. So I threw in some extra special stuff, like super belled sleeves and a hack job of weaving in the ends. Pretty much the second it came off the needles, I tried it on to verify its awfulness (check and check!) and balled it up in the back of my closet in disgust, thinking I could at least salvage the yarn eventually. It never even got blocked.