[COLOR="Blue"]Edited: Pay no attention to these babellings. I was apparently a little off my game yesterday.[/COLOR]
I also started differently with Becker's magic cast on. So this isn't a tube but a pocket or toe. Think of a tube with a Kitchener (grafted) bottom.
The page that Jan linked to mentions a similar realization that I had. [S]If at your first join you don't join but slip past and then continue to knit in your pattern, when you come back around the second row will join the first row. Use your CO tail to duplicate stitch the first row to close the join. Now each time you complete a row slip a stitch or two. You will have a short float at each end of round and if you slip from right to left on every odd numbered round you will bring the
Okay, I see I'm not explaining it very well. Give me a day to take pictures of my current project and perhaps I can get it clear in my mind before I try to explain it.
If your fist row doesn't jog, then none of the others rows will either even with color changes.[/S]
Yep, nearly all of it is rubbish. Yet it seemed so clear and lucid yesterday. Today I just have a splitting headache.[/COLOR]