I started on a small scarf for DS and really hosed it up!
First I started by trying to do the Toasty Twistypattern… that didn’t turn out right at all. No clue what happened there.
So, I switched to stockinette stitch and was just going to do that for the remainder of the scarf (except for garter rows at the end). I didn’t care if it rolled in, it will just hug DS’ neck better that way.
Anyhow… at some point I must have gotten my knitting turned wrong… half of the stockinette stitches are on one side, and half are on the other!
Sigh… I’m flexible… I’m going to finish this darned scarf. I think I’ll just alternate which side the stockinette is on for the rest of the scarf, and it will look like I did that on purpose.
But in the meantime, how did I do this? Can anyone explain how I can determine which side is the “right” side?
I did notice that when I do a purl row, and then go to knit the next row, the way the yarn is placed looks much different than when I’m just knitting all rows. I assume that’s how I got confused in the first place.
Any help would be much appreciated!!