That's how I like to think of all of the ends when you start/stop shades used in a fair isle.
Sometimes I weave the new shade in and then weave the old shade out as I go around.....but Autumn Rose changes both shades at the same time......and I didn't want to weave two strands in and two strands out at the same time, if you know what I mean.....
So, I just knit merrily away -- knowing that some day (soon) I'd have to deal with the ends.
It's not so bad -- just sit down with your sharp needle, a small pair of scissors, and a good movie, and get weaving!
Once I've got a section finished, I clip off the excess yarn leaving about 1/4 inch to allow for any ease needed when blocking.
Now I have to graft the underarm stitches together.
Then, cut the steek!
I'm hoping Autumn Rose will be finished this weekend.