18 comments on “Fixing the Jog in Circular Knitting

  1. I am new to your blog and I can’t begin to tell you how much I appreciate your video tutorials. They are so unbelievably easy to follow. Thank You!

  2. Staci, thanks so much for sharing this and for so many great tips. I have just come upon this problem in my first attempt at Fair Isle two-color knitting. What a drag when I get back around to the beginning and my pattern is so OFF. Is there any way to make this spiral look more like concentric circles in Fair Isle?

  3. Staci,
    Thank you for your tremendously helpful tutorials and tips. Your clear and concise method of teaching is much appreciated. You are an A+++ teacher.

  4. Thank you for the tip. I have just recently found your website and I love all your helpful tutorials.They are clear , we can see what you are doing and can understand what you are saying.Thank You I love the scarf you are wearing.

  5. Staci, You’re a genius — with common sense. I’ve seen only one video, but your inclusion of the written script is beyond helpful. Many computers (and certainly mine) do voice poorly, so the user has a hard time of it. You’re both a knitting and a computer asset. I’m so happy to have found you (through Ravelry). Luise

  6. Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as
    though you relied on the video to make your point.
    You obviously know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to
    your blog when you could be giving us something informative to read?

  7. I knitted aan infinity scarf on circular needles but couldn’t work out how to avoid a jog. With your experience would you have a solution? A pointed it out to my grand daughter who said it wasn’t a problem to her but I wish the garment could have been ‘perfect’.

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