Congratulation on knitting two handed!
Some time ago I did a (thin) pot holder in two handed fair isle following the same video you linked. I soon learned all four knit stitches but being a stubborn male I decided I would try knitting backwards so I wouldn't need to turn the work or purl. :sun:
(Amy mentions Backwards Knitting here in the knitting videos on this site.)
Ah, I saw it as a challenge to teach myself to knit left handed (working stitches off the right needle and on to the left). But I neglected to watch how the loops wrapped crossed the needle :oo: and so I twisted every stitch on the knit-backwards rows. :shrug: :wall:
<Front> ~~~ <Back>
by Off Jumps Jack, on Flickr
That project has remained unfinished, so I was keen to read what answer(s) you may have received. Hyperactive can sure knit fast! So now I'll pull out that old UFO and start the second side knit flat and purling the WS rows. I am sure it will just be a matter of figuring out the purl of (knit 1) knit 2, etc. and at some point we will find ourselves...
"pretend" wrap with left yarn, wrap with right yarn, then "unpretend" with left yarn and pull through!
LOL If I get time to try it out and also figure out how to post a video on my flickr page then I'll let you see (I hope) how to purl two handed fair isle. Good luck Crossed Fingers to both of us.
And a thank you to Hyperactive for the video and to K for pointing it out.