I know we discussed this not long ago, but it was about a hat with jogless stripes. Now I'm working on Cobblestone Pullover
. It's worked in the round. I am making it in Malabrigo Worsted, and so I am working with 2 separate hanks, switching every 2 rounds to try to eliminate some of the pooling effect, so when I am getting to that change, I have been doing the jogless join method, but it's making sort of a seam-looking thing. Horrid picture, I know, but here's what I mean:
as opposed to the opposite side:
Now, when I sort of stretch that "seam" it does seem more invisible, so I half wonder if it will come out with washing and blocking, but I don't want to continue with it if not. Are there are any easier and less noticeable ways to do the twisting of the yarns in the round?
ETA: I was thinking of moving the yarn change away from the beginning of round a few stitches into the stockinette section instead of the garter section... would that maybe help?