I'm particularly proud of the neckline as it emerges out of the cables in a wonderfully knitterly fashion, and is integrated ingeniously into the body of the sweater, relying on the properties of the stitches and the material.
I am also quite proud of the way I used my side seams to create a horseshoe cable.
See those littlte lumps that look like popcorn? Those are bobbles. A master knitter must demonstrate proficiency in bobbles as well as in creating and arranging cables. I hate bobbles, because they make me think of the tags of poop-sodden wool on the back of a sheep. So I carefully placed my bobbbles where they are not likely to snag on anythin, and I minimized the number down to 6 on either sleeve. There's yer frickin' bobbles!