I just found the best description of doing the jogless join (with very clear pictures and everything):
BTW - this fellow Seattlelite's blog is wonderful (both hilarious and helpful!)
I'm working on a striped hat on circulars - one round white, one round red. I tried the jogless join technique on the first few rows - this doesn't seem to work - looks like it's just inverting the colors. Maybe this looks better once cast off/blocked?
Or is this a technique better used when doing more than a single row of the new color?
Hey, I'm new to stripes. :-)
The jogless join is a wonderful technique to have. Very useful when making multi-coloured socks. It was invented by Meg Swansen. Too bad the blogger didn't give credit where credit was due.
Thank you! I've saved her instructions...very clear... and also copied the graph on her site... Bill
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