If I do try to knit a hat on round needles, how do I keep the wool from getting all twisted. The first few rows I have no trouble, but as the project gets bigger it gets twisted all around. Any tricks? Thanks
it’s just the nature of the beast i think. usually once it gets longer it is pulled down by its own weight sort of but there is always going to be some twisting i think. Your hands are on it and working it and such so it gets a little twisted under that. as long as you don’t get it twisted to start and are straightening it as you go along it should be okay.
Just make sure that you didn’t twist it in the first row. If the yarn is wrapping around the needle, then you did twist it and there’s no fixing it. I know this because I’ve been there.