Newby here. Waves to everyone.
I’ve been “knitting” for about 4-5 years, but all I have mastered is scarfs and throw blankets. My question is this:
I knit English and I was taught that when you come to the end of the row of knits, you flip the entire piece over and purl back. This is what I have been doing for years. I recently got a book to try more advanced work, and reading the front of the book, it mentioned that when you get to the end of the row, just knit backwards. I have tried to do that, but I just cannot make it work! Am I doing this wrong? Is there a video here that shows you what to do when you get to the end of a row and just want to continue the piece as is? Or should I just continue to flip it over and purl back?
(If this question has already been asked, I ask for your patience. I couldn’t find it but I didn’t look too far back)