Purl Two Together
- Slip your right hand needle threw the next 2 stitches as if to purl.
- Wrap the yarn around the right hand needle as usual and pull it through the stitches.
- Slip the stitches off the left hand needle onto the right hand needle.
Making a Yarn Over
- Place the yarn in the front of your project.
- Insert the right hand knitting needle as if to knit.
- Wrap the yarn in the front over the needle to the back and pull it threw the stitch.
- If you are going to purl the next stitch then place the yarn in the back of your project and wrap it over the needle to purl the stitch.
- Knit 2 stitched.
- Slip the loop of the stitch you just made threw the loop of the last made stitch.
- Knit 1 stitch, slip the loop of the stitch you just knitted threw the loop on the right hand needle.
- Repeat number 3 until to the end of your project.
- Cut the yarn and pull it threw the remaining loop on your right hand needle.
Garter stitch is made when you knit all rows. In order to make garter stitch when you are working in a round you have to knit 1 row, then purl 1 row.
Stockinette stitch is made when you knit 1 row, then purl 1 row. When you knit in a round it makes stockinette stitch.
Ribbing is made by knitting and purling. To make 1×1 ribbing you have to cast on a multiple of 2. For 2×2 ribbing cast on a multiple of 4 . Above is a picture of 3×3 ribbing it is made by casting on a multiple of 6. Continue adding 2 stitches for larger ribbing.