My tip for today is for jogless stripes. The typical method mentioned for eliminating the jog is to knit one round with the new color, then knit the first stitch in the new color together with the stitch below it. The reason this works is that the color below is shortened by one stitch at the color change, so a ten row stripe is only 9 rows at the point of the color change. This is not noticeable at galloping horse distances. However, it can be noticeable for skinny stripes (2 or 3 rows) and it does not work for 1 row stripes.
If you are knitting skinny stripes (or are just obsessive about your jogs), you can try this method instead. When you have completed your first round of knitting in the new color, slip the first stitch in the new color, then continue knitting, either in that same color for a stripe that is 2 or more rows high or switching to another color. When you come around to the slipped stitch, knit it as you normally would: it is your new beginning of the round. The jog is almost imperceptible once you've worked in your ends. The only downside is the beginning of the round shifts to the left with each color change.