- 1 How do you know which is the wrong side of knitting?
- 2 Is the first row of knitting the right side?
- 3 Do you cast off on the right or wrong side?
- 4 Which side is the tail on in knitting?
- 5 Is there a right and wrong side to garter stitch?
- 6 When knitting in the round what is the right side?
- 7 What does ending with a right side row mean in knitting?
- 8 What does it mean to purl on wrong side?
- 9 What does YFWD mean in knitting?
- 10 What is the stocking stitch in knitting?
- 11 Is cast off and bind off the same?
How do you know which is the wrong side of knitting?
The easiest way to distinguish the sides is to look at a simple swatch in Stockinette Stitch. The flat side with all the V’s on it is the “right” side. The bumpy purl side is the ” wrong ” side. If your pattern calls for Reverse Stockinette, it’s the opposite.
Is the first row of knitting the right side?
The first row of a knitting pattern is considered the right side, and the second row is considered the wrong side.
Do you cast off on the right or wrong side?
Usually, you bind off on the right side of the work but you can also bind off on the wrong side if needed. Unless otherwise specified in your pattern, you would work purl stitches on your bind off so that the right side of your work shows a knitted bind off pattern.
Which side is the tail on in knitting?
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.
Is there a right and wrong side to garter stitch?
The look of Garter Stitch The stitches on the right and wrong sides are mirrors and it is their own structure which will create the hollows (the “v”) and the ridges (“wavelet”) and which will give the garter stitch an identical appearance whatever side we look at.
When knitting in the round what is the right side?
When you are knitting in the round you are essentially knitting a tube. You cast on to circular needles, you join in the round, and then you knit a round or two. You may not be aware of this, but you are knitting on the outside of the tube so that the so-called “ right side ” of the fabric is always facing you.
What does ending with a right side row mean in knitting?
When it says ending with, row it means that the last row you knit before you continue with the next section of your knitting pattern will be that type of row. If it says ending with a right side row, the last row you knit for that section of your pattern will be a right side row.
What does it mean to purl on wrong side?
When you do this, the ‘ wrong side ‘ or back of the work is facing you. So in this pattern, every odd row is the right side as it faces you, and every even row is the wrong side as it faces you.
What does YFWD mean in knitting?
Yarn forward (yf or yfwd ) A yarn forward which is usually abbreviated as ‘yf’ or ‘ yfwd ‘ is worked between knit stitches. Bring the yarn forward from between stitches and under the needle, then take the yarn over the top of the right-hand needle ready to knit the next stitch.
What is the stocking stitch in knitting?
The stockinette stitch (or stocking stitch in the UK) is formed by one row of knit stitches, one row of purl stitches. Stockinette stitch produces a fabric of ‘v’s on the right side, and waves on the reverse / wrong side.
Is cast off and bind off the same?
Binding off, sometimes called casting off, actually creates a final row of fabric, so what stitches you work as you bind off does make a difference. You can simply knit across as you bind off as many people do; but upon close inspection you’ll see the difference in the details.