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Published on May 8, 2015
When you're ready to tackle your first knitting project, many projects will involve knit stitches and purl stitches on the same row. However, you know that the yarn for knit stitches hangs in the back, and the yarn for purl stitches hangs in the front - so what do you do?
A simple movement of the yarn - going in between the two needles - puts the yarn exactly where it needs to be for your stitches, and it eliminates the holes that will inevitably occur if you try to ignore your yarn.