Why does my knitting keep twisting?
The most likely culprit is that you are wrapping your yarn the wrong way around your needle on either the knit side, the purl side, or both. This can result in this row of stitches being twisted, because when you wrap the yarn the wrong way the stitch becomes mounted on the needle incorrectly.
Why are my circular needles twisting?
If you have Boye needles, or something similar with an incredibly stiff cable, they may always twist a bit. One thing you can try is dunking the cord in a cup of near-boiling water for a few seconds, and then holing it taut. That uncurls the cable and makes it easier to work with.
Can you fix twisted knitting in the round?
Unfortunately, there is no way to fix it once it is twisted. You will have to rip it out and start over again. The only way to prevent it is to check and double check that your stitches are all facing the same way on your needle before you ‘join’.
How do you flatten curls in knitting?
Spray a linen towel or dishcloth with water until it is quite damp, and lay the towel on top of the scarf. Then press the fabric with a steam iron on a high setting (never press directly onto a knitted piece with a hot iron). The heat and steam will stretch the yarn somewhat, relaxing the tension that leads to curling.
Why is my yarn so tangled?
Yarn tangles primarily due to the complexity of a project or the type of yarn. However, it can also tangle due to the way it is pulled or the way it loosens from the skein of yarn. For instance, three-color stranding is the term for knitting three colors of yarn at once. It is also known as Fair Isle knitting.