There was a comment pointing out that Lettuce Knit in Toronto puts these kits together - thank you for the information. The name again for the cardigan is Tulips and it is published by Dream in Color Yarn and the designer is Lindsay Pekny. The yarn is worsted superwash merino called "Classy".There were few modifications:
The edges are not finished with i-cord like in the pattern but I knit three rows of stockinette and then bound off very loosely knitwise.
I sometimes have difficulties to pick up stitches neatly, and the thicker the yarn, the trickier it gets. Although it worked out here quite well, if I were to do this again (I might), I would definitely cast on using provisional cast on for the whole neck circumference and then do short rows for the shaping of the neck. Now I only did provisional for part of the neck and then increased for the fronts the way it tells in the pattern.
As I already mentioned earlier I increased using the method that EZ tells in one of her books or so I thought. Someone mentioned "Knitting without tears" in the comments and I checked the book but did not find it there . So I first made a backward loop and then twisted that loop and the hole is very small and it does not distort the other stitches. I don't know now from where this little trick comes from but I'm sure I have picked it up from somewhere. Sorry that I was misleading.
Now I'm back to Nocturne. The body has only a couple of rows left and then I will have to make up my mind about the sleeves... And really after knitting Tulips with 4 mm needles, going back to my favorite size 3 mm and even smaller for the ribbing feels so good and so right.