1. Having a ridiculous amount of difficulty with stranded /fair isle knitting. Maybe I’ve chosen a pastern that’s a little more complex than I should have taken on as my first project. The first bit of the pattern looks ok (rather crappy at the join), but the main section of the pattern looks ghastly. Help?

     
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      it still looks better than my first try and blocking will help, too>
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      Thank you
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      It looks way better than my first color work, I see some problems with tension, but the only solution to that is to...
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      It looks fine to me, really good seeing as it’s your first go at fair isle just make sure to strand the different yarns...