So many people have been asking for tips on how to purl Continental that I’m giving this Premium video from my class away free here. Purling is the most challenging part of Continental knitting, so go slow and have patience with yourself as you practice.
Even though this video is part of my Continental Knitting Video Class, so many people have been asking for tips on how to purl Continental that I'm giving away this video here!
As you are practicing Continental purling, keep in mind that having the proper tension for your yarn is much more important than the movement you make for your purl stitch.
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Continental Knitting is the art of knitting with the working yarn in the left hand. It is ergonomic, efficient, and the preferred knitting style of many European knitters.
I learned to knit the traditional way (for Americans), then switched to Continental-style knitting after many years because I loved how fast and easy it was.