This is the Fair Isle pulsewarmer so far:
It's made using Dale of Norway Falk, a superwash DK weight yarn with a picture of a falcon on the label. I think the grey is a little thicker than the blue. Note the absence of gaping holes at the colour changes.
This is the part I'm really proud of: the back. I decided to weave in the floats as much as possible and the result is a really dense fabric. My tension isn't abominable and it just needs blocking from the stocking stitch roll. I've been stretching it out as I go to make sure the carried yarn isn't too tight and it's working. I have two other designs to fit on from my chart, which will leave six grey ends to be dealt with and two blue ones.
There will be a teeny buttonhole on the fifth, fifteenth and twenty-fifth row, and I'm looking for some pretty silver buttons. I'm finally doing Fair Isle.