I’m working with Rowan Fur yarn and the wrong side is much “furrier” than the right side. The RS is knit and the WS is purl. Does that have anything to do with it? After I noticed it, I started using the tip of a needle to loosen the fur to the RS after each row, but it doesn’t seem to make much difference. Any suggestions?
This is typical of fur or eyelash yarn. It’s because of the way the knit and purl stitches are constructed.
Can you make the purl side the outer side of the project?
I guess I’ll have to try that. It will be a stuffed panda, so logically it should work. It should just be a matter of stitching the nose, mouth, eyes on whichever side faces out. Thanks! I’m glad I found this site! This seems to be a British pattern with quite a few unfamiliar terms and I found all my answers here!