This is what I've been working on recently.
It's a bottom-up cardigan, using three sock yarns I've had in the stash for a long time. I had originally planned to use all of these yarns for socks, but time in the stash changes things sometimes. The bottom is corrugated ribbing, and I made the stripes half their height in the waist area, taking a cue from Tempest. So far, so good. I'm a few inches away from finishing the body.
I'm planning for this to be a cardigan, but I'm knitting it in the round and steeking it to make the cardigan. Because of this, the jog of the stripes doesn't really matter; it will be hidden in the steek.
But I do seem to have a problem with striping yarns in the round. I get a hole when I change yarns. I'm not sure what to do about them or how to fix them. Does anyone else get these, or know how to fix them?
I try to tighten up the yarns in the back after I have knit a few rounds, but the holes still exist and they kind of drive me crazy. Also, I'll have no reason to steek the sleeves, so it would be nice to fix this problem before I get to them! I would appreciate any insight or advice that you could give.