Knitting Stripes Color Jog and a Quick Fix | B.Hooked TV

Season 2, Episode 6

In this episode of B.Hooked TV I’ll explain why your knitting stripes are uneven and show you a quick little fix so your projects are a little neater.

When you make color changes when knitting in the round, you’ll notice your stripes have a noticeable “step” to them, referred to as a color jog. No worries, friend! It’s an easy fix. Whether you’re knitting stripes in the round right now or not, it’s an excellent skill to learn!

This season of B.Hooked TV is sponsored by Lion Brand Yarn which means I get to share some of their amazing yarns in demonstration, and use that yarn to create more free patterns for you this season!

In this episode, I’ll demonstrate the with Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca Yarn. I am new to this yarn but so far I’m loving it for garments and crochet cable projects!

Try Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca Yarn for your next project!

By using the link in this post to buy Touch of Alpaca from Lion Brand, you’re helping to support the show by letting Lion Brand know you found it here on B.Hooked TV… and that’ll mean more seasons in the future!

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