You’d think that’d be really simple, but…
If you’re going for the nice selvedge(sp?) edge, and your directions are to slip the first stitch (by just saying “Sl1”), I would slip the stitch as if to purl, right? Does it make a difference if the next stitch you’re to do is a knit or a purl? Also, if I’m to slip as if to purl…my yarn is in front, right? Then, if the next stitch is supposed to be knitted, the yarn goes between the needles, correct? Or does the yarn go behind the needle? I seem to be getting a funny bump instead of the nice line of Vs up the side by putting the yarn between the needles… :?? (silly technicalities???)
With the yarn over, (I have watched the video…but I don’t have sound :crying: ), if you’re going from a purl stitch to a YO to a knit stitch, do you still go between the needles first?