What does turn and cast on mean in knitting?
`Turn’ is the same as turning your needle after you’ve finished a row. So when you finish that row, instead of beginning the next, cast on 20 sts using a knit or cable cast on.
What is a turning round in knitting?
You will be making somewhat of a hem, and the purl row is where you will fold your knitting down to attach the hem. This is what’s normally referred to as a “turning row”.
What does turn mean in knitting socks?
Turning the heel involves the use of short rows to shape the “cup” at the bottom of the heel. Short rows are rows where you only work part of the stitches in the row, leaving some stitches to be worked later. Knit across a prescribed number of stitches—usually a little more than half of the stitches.
How do you turn work when knitting?
Wrap on the knit side
- Knit to the point where you will wrap and turn. Bring the yarn to the front between the needles.
- Slip the next stitch on the left needle to the right needle, purlwise.
- Bring the yarn to the back between the needles.
- Slip the stitch from the right needle back to the left.
What is a sock gusset?
Gusset/Instep: This is the part of the sock that runs from the heel into the main part of the foot. It can normally be seen as a triangular shaped area where shaping either side of the foot decreases the number of stitches after a heel flap.