When I started planning my striped sweater pattern, one thing I had to consider is whether to knit it in the round or in pieces. In the round was going to be easier, and quicker, and with less finishing - but I had to be concerned with the jog or notch at the end of each round that knitting stripes can create.
But if you follow knitting posts on Pinterest at all, you know that there are a ton of tutorials on how to knit jogless stripes. So I decided to plow ahead and knit my sweater in the round - and went searching for techniques to combat the jogs in my stripes.
I ended up following this tutorial from Knit Purl Hunter on YouTube.
I'm okay with the results, but not completely thrilled. All of the tutorials are basically the same. As you start the second round with your new color, you lift up the stitch below and work it with your current color. Generally, this works great. But on my thinner stripes, you can see it looks just a little wonky (and even worse when I also do a decrease during this stripe). Notice my beige or green stripes in the top photo.
Regardless of the wonky-ness, this technique probably looks better than jogs all up one side of my sweater. And I'm hoping it all looks perfectly fine with a good block after I'm done. Here's hoping!