I heart Silk Garden Sock Baby Sweater
This is a little cardigan worked seamlessly. You begin by knitting the body and two sleeves up to the armholes. Then the three pieces are knitted together into a yoke. You can even add a simple Fair Isle heart pattern in a contrast color – every time you come to a segment of your contrast color, just clip it out of the ball and save it for your color work. Fair Isle with only one ball of yarn? Magic!
To make the magic happen, you’ll need a ball of Silk Garden Sock with a good contrast color in it. Some colorways -- S267, S268 and S269 -- are too monochromatic for Fair Isle. You can still knit the cardigan with these colors, but you’ll need to reserve a bit of another color of Silk Garden Sock for the Fair Isle or simply omit the colorwork from the pattern.