Above are the fronts of the cardigan , pinned together. They are knit on the bias on the sides, then knit from the sides towards the front buttonbands. One of these days I'll finish this project. I started this project to prove to a knitting instructor/LYS owner that you can TOO knit fair isle with cotton yarn. (And let me tell you, knitting those hearts "sideways" wasn't that easy...)
Here's some unfinished free-form fair isle socks that I'll get around to someday. The weaving in of the ends is torture.....
Here's a baby Camouflage sweater, and I put a couple "Army stars" on there because the baby's father was in the army.
Here's my crocheted "Baby Biker" jacket, which I think I've shown you before. I sewed faux leather trim with grommets on it, some teeny little chain links, and a zipper closure, etc. .
I made a knitted version of the crocheted jacket and like it better. I'll get another one done soon---especially since I found the box with all the little biker "embellishments". *