My after dinner purchase was two skeins of Mountain Colors 'Twizzle', in Mountain Twilight and Crazy Woman. I intended to knit a small shawl, but have run into a bit of a snag that none of my knitting books are solving.
I wanted to switch colors every few rows, to keep the colors looking even and that part looks beautiful. I followed the KnittingGeek's pattern for the Thinking Woman's Shawl to a point, and have started adding the occasional lacy detail in the center on a stockinette background. But I initially decided to not cut the yarn every 2-4 rows, and to just carry it up the side...but that's making one side look a little lumpy. Not very much, but a little bit. So my question is: if any of the wise and intelligent members of this community were going to make a shawl like this, how would YOU change the yarn?
The increases are done every row, after the garter stitch border, so it's k3, sl marker, yo, k (or purl on the ws) to end of row.