If you say those words enough, they turn into gibberish. Neat trick!
Anyway, here’s where I carried the yarn while knitting the first sock. On the foot, I placed the “seam” on the sole, so it wouldn’t be visible.
I didn’t bother to de-jog the stripes, even though saying that out loud in a room full of knitters is guaranteed to make at least one grind their teeth. But it’s true: I don’t care about stripe jogs. How freeing it is to say it out loud! I don’t care about stripe jogs!
One reason these two colors go so well together is that even though they are so vibrantly opposed, the color value is nearly the same. Value is the color’s lightness or darkness.
You can see how it works when you take out all the color, leaving only the values behind.
In a black and white picture, they are nearly identical shades of gray.