Circular Knitting... please help!

[COLOR=“DarkOrchid”]I’ve jumped in with both feet and have started knitting myself a pullover on my brand new circular needles.
Here’s the thing…
I’m now on my 3rd row and it suddenly struck me that I might be doing it all wrong.
For one thing the ‘good’ side is inside… is that okay?
My gut says it’s not.
I had a heck of a time joining to make a circle… took about an hour to figure that out but now I’m thinking I’ve done that wrong too… especially if the knit side is supposed to be on the outside of the ring and not the inside…
Please help!:??

It’s okay, the knitting just flipped inside out and that’s normal. Just flip it so the knit side is on the outside. Then knit with the needle tips close to you instead of on the far side. After a few more rows and there’s some weight to it, it’ll stay RS out.

[COLOR=“DarkOrchid”]Suzeeq… thank you soooo much!
I was sure I had done it completely wrong… and the thing was coming together!
Thanks for replying so fast… now I can go flip and and keep going.
You’re the best!
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They always flip around when you first get started.