I have a couple more charts for you today, both a little more involved than my previous designs. I haven't had a chance to knit either of them, as I've been busy with some holiday knitting of my own. However, if anyone knits them up in the next week, please send me a photo*, and I'll post it here! I may try them both as swatches, just to make sure they work out as I hope.
The first one has snowy trees, and is done with a dark blue main colour, with light blue and white. I think this would work equally well as a pullover front, or as a border on a dress. You could work the bottom hem in the light blue, like the trees, then work the top of the garment in the dark blue. Some white buttons as accents on the finished garment would look very sweet.
The second is a border with a cardinal-like bird, and some other fair-isle accents. I've drawn it with a striped background in white and grey, but I'm sure it would be fine with a plain background (I was just experimenting). With the design done in bright red and green, it's very Christmasy. However, you could use any 2 seasonal colours, as the design itself is not holiday-themed. I think this would be best as a border on a dress, but it might also work on a pullover front.
To incorporate these charts, first work your hem rows and a plain row or two, then either center the chart on your pullover front, or repeat it around a skirt. (please see this previous post for other garment ideas) Choosing either the main background colour, or one of the others, for the rest of the garment will give you different looks. I've really left lots of options open for you to be creative, so have fun!
*you can email me here: barbara at fuzzymitten dot com