I’m still attempting this mitten pattern:
I’ve already frogged this thing twice. First time, I did some of the cuff ribbing and then inadvertently turned the cuff inside out. I have no idea how I reversed it. It should be pretty obvious by looking where the working yarn is what direction to go in. Anyone know how this happened or what to look out for?
Second time, the cuff was just a nightmare, decided to restart.
Third time. I did a couple of rows and looked at the ribbing and stopped. The right side looks like its on the outer side of the dpns! Once the cuff is done, I’m knitting some rounds and then starting a stranded colorwork pattern. I assume once teh mitt is done, I turn it inside out. The pattern does not look like the cuff is meant to be turned on itself.
Am I right in thinking something is wrong? It calls for K2xP1 ribbing. I look at my stitches and it all looks good. Its just that the revserse side of the ribbing looks like it is on the inner side of the dpns and the good side of the ribbing looks like it is on the outside. It just seems wrong. I have stopped knitting, wondering whether to start over a fourth time, or finish the cuff and find a way to turn it inside out like what happened the last time by acident…
or simply continue (trust the pattern!), though it does look like if I just finish the mitt the way I am going now, the cuff will look the wrong way.
Any advice or suggestions?