Here's the rest of my Woolbearer's Ringspun and Elann Pamir. I worked to integrate BOTH colors on the side of the tam. I've found that in off-the-cuff two color work, I am pretty darned speedy when all I have to do is alternate two colors, which accounts for the stripe patterns on the sides. I was getting a little worried that I would run out of my main color, and wanted to spread it out a little. Good thing, because my ball of leftovers was the size of a hackysack.
I found that it was a little harder to make an interesting, pointy design when each segment contains an even number of stitches; an even number of stitches makes rounded designs imperative. It's still attractive, and I am happier with the overall integration of the two colors, BUT I think I'm keeping the first one. This one's off to Colorful Colorado.