Re: Knitting in the round

Good Morning

I am new to knitting in the round and want to make a hat consisting of stripes in two different colours. I have read how to do the jogless stripes (by lifting the stitch in the row below, that is in the former colour, up onto the needle and knitting it along with the next stitch) but, if I want to knit five rows in one colour before changing to the next, do I need to twist the two yarns together at the end of each round in order to carry the colour up the inside? In short, would I do as I would if I were knitting on straight needles - put one yarn under the other to capture the travelling yarn up the side

Exactly, catch the yarn that is being carried. Every other round is enough to keep the yarn neat without long floats.