Hmmm… this seems to be a very common question for beginners. Unfortunately, even though I’ve read many threads relating to the topic, my question still hasn’t been answered. I’m 16 years old and I received a “Knitting for Beginners” sort of thing from my auntie who knows I like crafts like crocheting and such. I’m no pro at crocheting so I still don’t know the difference between right and wrong side. I understand that right side is the side that people see and wrong side is the side you feel. But I don’t what the point of right and wrong side is in directions. Is there something special you have to do to create the patterns on the two sides, or is it just a way to show you which row you’re on?
Also, the project I’m working on (a summer capelet) says that I should make “two pieces according to the directions”. Does that mean I will have follow the entire set of directions two separate times or follow the set of directions once to make the entire thing?
I didn’t realize knitting was so confusing… :wall: