I’m a brand-new knitter, and was so excited about starting my first project – a simple afghan (nine squares of all-knit rows to be sewn together). I’ve completed two of the nine squares and was merrily starting the third when I realized …
… I’ve been wrapping the yarn around the needle BACKWARDS (counter-clockwise) the whole time! Everything else about the way I created the stitches was correct, so it’s not like I’ve been purling. (I’ve been purling backwards, too, but that’s another story …) :oops:
So now that I’ve seen the error of my ways, I’m wondering if I have to do all nine afghan squares this way. Can I start knitting correctly? Or will it make a big difference in the way the thing looks?