I've been experimenting with different color join techniques while making Milano.
Since the body is worked in the round it seemed logical to try the jogless jog. I must be doing it wrong because the bottom two stripes jogged:
See that top join in the above photo, the narrow black stripe? All I did was cross the yarns the same way you do in intarsia (Knit Fix p. 45). That's all I did on the first sleeve as well, below,
And if this wasn't such fine stretchy yarn, I could be weaving in the tails at the same time as the join, a true Laziest Knitter method I love and use 99% of the time (Knit Fix p. 47 box). But in Cobasi -- cotton, bamboo, silk, lycra -- weaving in tails this way distorts the stockinette stitch.
Today is cleaning day at Castle LK, as honorary daughter Emily refers to our house. DH added several features making the place a cinch to clean; I chose easy-clean bathroom fixtures, etc., plus my decorating mantra is "minimalist."
Ten colors for a slip-stich scarf? Check.
Ten bits and pieces decorating a table? Nope.
Making me also perhaps the laziest housecleaner.