It’s easy to get confused when it’s time to purl on Magic Loop, especially if you are new to the technique or knitting American style.
The tell-tale sign is a funny double stitch where you should have just one purl stitch. Here’s how to recognize and prevent this problem!ARVE Error: src mismatch
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Whether you knit American or Continental style, you can make sure your purl correctly on Magic Loop if you bring the yarn under and to the front of the right-hand needle before you start your stitch.
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If you haven’t already bought it, I highly recommend:
Complete Video Guide to Magic Loop
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