I’ve been teaching myself knitting, specifically knitting in the round. I’ve made a few pairs of socks, some hats and some mittens. I just started the Craftsy Sock Knit Along class and realized something form watching the videos. I knit my socks inside out. Meaning, I work the stitches towards the inside of the round, rather than work along the outside of it, which means the WS is facing me and the RS is on the inside. It’s more comfortable to me and I just tried a few rounds the opposite way and it feels more clumsy. Is there anything wrong with this approach or are there situations/stitches that can’t be worked like this? I’m trying to decide if I need to change the way I knit in the round or not. Thanks!