Why do my stitches get twisted on my round needles?
If your knitting stitches are twisted when you begin to work in the round, that twist will stay in the knit fabric, causing a twist in the knitting rather than producing a smooth, flat fabric.
What is Moebius Knitting?
It’s an arcane mathemagical concept translated into deceptively easy twisted knitting. (A moebius strip has only one side and one edge – it’s explained here if you aren’t familiar with the idea. … You can make a moebius cowl by knitting a strip lengthwise, then giving it a half-twist before grafting it closed.
Why do my knit stitches look like purl stitches?
Knit stitches look like purls, while purl stitches look like knits. It’s this backward quality that makes stockinette stitch (knitting one row and purling the next row) work because the front of a knit and the back of a purl look the same. … If it is a V, then it is a knit stitch so you knit it.
Why is my knitting uneven?
Uneven knitting is sometimes caused by different tension between knit and purl rows (also known as “rowing out”). … To create a smoother, more even-looking fabric, try the Combined method (sometimes called combination knitting), which twists stitches in one row and untwists them in the next.
Why is my knitting slanted?
When the square or rectangle you’ve knitted develops a pronounced slant, and turns into a trapezoid, the problem you are having is called “biasing.” It’s a frequent complaint with chenille yarns, with cottons (especially when the yarn is a “single” rather than a plied yarn) and sometimes even with wool.