I'm doing a project on circular needles. I have 80 stitches per row, and I've done about 45 rows in knit stitch. I've just completed the 45th row and the instructions now tell me in caps to "TURN WORK."
So that means I'm basically going to be knitting in the opposite direction, right? Usually, when you knit on circs, the needles are in front and the work is in the back. If I turn my work and start knitting the other way, my work will be in front. Am I interpreting this right?
This item will be felted later...
(Edited to add that I'm not doing short rows here. After I turn the work, I'm supposed to knit rows 46 through 55.)