How do you carry yarn on the wrong side?
Carrying on the wrong side: Carrying the yarn across the row on the wrong side of the fabric is probably the easiest method to use when working with different colors. To carry a strand on the wrong side of the fabric, work over the strand every few stitches with the second color.
What is the working side of yarn?
The tail at the bottom of your work (the yarn leftover from the cast-on row) should fall to the right of your work. When knitting in stocking stitch, this is what the right- side of your work will look like. If your pattern tells you to end on a RS row, your final row would start with the tail on the right-hand side.
How do you alternate yarn colors?
- Drop the First Color and Start the Second.
- Knit the First Stitch With the New Color.
- Knit Across the Row.
- Carry Colors Along the Edges.
- Keep the Carried Yarn Smooth.
- Change Colors Back to the Carried Yarn.
- Weave in the Ends of the Yarn.
What is intarsia method in knitting?
Intarsia is a knitting technique used to create patterns with multiple colours. As with the woodworking technique of the same name, fields of different colours and materials appear to be inlaid in one another, fit together like a jigsaw puzzle.
What is the difference between Fair Isle and stranded knitting?
Stranded knitting is a type of knitting where multiple (usually two) colors are used in a single row or round to create a pattern. In Fair Isle knitting, only 2 colors are used per round and yarn is carried for a limited number of stitches across the back of the work.