Ruthie.........thanks for the stranding viedo.............it's a keeper! I might actually be able to do this with some practice. :happydance:
Hyperactive made these super videos on doing 2 color knitting, where there are no floats since all the yarn is woven in, (just like the Philosopher's Wool method) and doing it CONTINENTAL, with both yarns held in the left hand. She's also got a demonstration on the Purl one that you can use if you're knitting flat and have to do a wrong side row. These are amazing but she's moving really fast.
She's promised to re-do them in slooooooower motion and will let us know when. But meanwhile the fast ones are still very good if you can just speed up your eyeballs! :roflhard:
I'd definitely recommend practicing the Philosopher's Wool method first, just to get the technique sorted out in your artist's mind's eye. Then when you try it continental it just flows so beautifully! At least that's how I learned it and it was super!
Let us know how it goes for you!