"Pull yarn through remaining loops". Seems simple enough. Is there a right way or a better way though? Should yarn be pulled back through the just completed stitch or continue to travel around through the loops and end at the last completed stitch? This is for a mitten top.
no idea if there is a "right way"....it just always made sense to me to continue the yarn in the direction it was already going and then pop it down through the middle of the loops to the inside. shrug not sure if i wanna know if i have been doing it wrong now that i think about it! :rofling:
When I am pulling all the loops together like on the top of a hat or a mitten, the first stitch I run the yarn through is the next one in line, ending with the stitch that I just finished knitting. Clear as mud?
Dangit brendajos... you just pulled an Ingrid on me!!! :roflhard:
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I'm suprised Ingrid didn't beat both of you here. Yep, doing the next loop in order is what I figure, but I always question myself when I do it so I figured I'd ask.
Thanks for making the mud a little clearer.