This is just a quickie, with photos from the Fair Isle top I'm making. I've completed the second pattern repeat, and I've worked out how to fix mistakes without unpicking. You simply drop the stitch in the wrong colour and pick it up from the float at the back in the right colour. I'm quite proud of myself for figuring that out (although it probably says it in my book if I'd looked). Still, it' getting there. I have about 30 more lines to do and then I'm onto the bit that will be cut later. That's a whole new skill to learn. I've been weaving in the tails as I go as well, so I don't have too much of a job later. The book says that some Fair Isle jumpers are left with the tails loose and they felt in as they're worn and washed, but I'm finding it helps to close the hole caused by changing the colour. I'm pretty sure I'm doing something wrong though, because the tension is wobbly at the side where the round begins. Any advice would be appreciated. At least it's looking like Fair Isle!