So, to get the look that is in the video, I would work all the stitches in knit, then turn, work all stitches in purl, right? Thank you so much for responding so quickly.
I have a little story behind all this.....
I know how to crochet, and have made a TON of things in crochet. But, my MIL knew how to knit, and made slippers for the whole family. She passed away in 12/2001, and about a year later, my FIL was going thru some things, and found a box and a grocery bag of yarn that was hers. He knew it would get some good use by giving it to me. When I went thru it to see what all was in there, I found her hand written pattern for the slippers she made everybody, along with her needles. That inspired me to teach myself to knit, so I could make these slippers for her family. I had watched all the videos I could find on the net, printed off all the tutorial pictures I could find, and gave it a shot. But all I ever did was get frustrated, and finally throw it down, thinking I would never get it.
Well, this past Monday, I was cleaning my desk out and found her pattern again, and thought, "Hey, I'll give it another shot". Printed off new pictures, and off I went. I sat down, grabbed my supplies, and I just started doing it! I felt like she was right there with me showing me how to do it. The crazy thing is, being a crocheter, I kept trying to teach myself the continental method. She always "threw" her yarn over. And that is how I'm doing it now too! After working on it Monday, I realized the pattern she wrote didn't give detail as to how to sewed them together. And Tuesday morning, I found just ONE of the slippers that she had made for me! It was like she was there the whole time, and when I had another question, she was there to point me where I needed to go to find my answer!
Needless to say, this whole thing this week has given me MAJOR chills! :o)
Ok, sorry to ramble, but I just had to share my story.