[size=18]Hello, I’m a new member here and am so glad to have a forum to ask other knitters some questions. I am a stay at home mom of a 5yo boy and a 20 month old girl so going to the local yarn shop for help is quite an ordeal. And, since I am the only person I know that knits - well, you get the picture. :doh:
Okay, so here is my current dilema, when a pattern says WS or RS, is the side on my LH needle the side I am working on or is it the product that is going over to my RH needle the side I am working on? My husband and I have read all sorts of explanations and he thinks the side you are working on is the side facing you on the left hand needle when you start a new row. I think it is the product of your stitching that is facing away from you on your right hand needle. Ugh! :??
Can any expert knitter out there help us?? Thanks so much for taking time to read this!!