I’m preparing to knit a beret in the round on circular needles. This pattern has bobbles incorporated in a couple of rows. In the pattern instructions for MB (make bobble) one has to ‘turn’ in the process. How does one turn on circular needles? Thanks for any info.
I haven’t done this, but I think you’d just turn so you’re working on the “inside” then turn back and go the way you are supposed to on the outside.
Do you have a pattern name and link?
Thank you Jan. Turning the whole thing was the only way I could think that they meant. Here’s the link: http://app.lionbrand.com/patterns/L32332.html?noImages=
I like it!
It seems strange but if you switch the needles in your hands you’ll have turned the knitting. Take the left needle in your right hand and the right needle in your left hand. The working yarn will be coming from the left needle.
Learn to knit backwards. I find that for a few stitches it’s much easier than turning the whole thing.
Thank you all. I managed to find this video too. I’ll let you know how it goes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rx_nSZFx_ho