I am knitting this cardigan. I’m almost at the end - I just need to knit the sleeves, which are knit in the round. As you can see, one sleeve has narrow stripes, the other has wide stripes, and I would like the stripes to be jogless. The yarn is fingering weight.
Following the instructions here, ideally narrow stripes should have a travelling starting point, whereas wide stripes should have a stationary starting point, however wouldn’t I get the most uniform results if I use the same technique on both sleeves? Should I then do both sleeves with a travelling starting point?
If so, there is the question of shaping. I am not quite sure I understand Techknitting’s instructions of how to manage shaping with the travelling starting point. They mention hiding the colour change in the shaping, but I change colour every 4th row, while I only have to decrease every 13th row, and the decrease rows are placed in the middle of the stripe.
Any help would be much appreciated!