The most likely culprit is that you are wrapping your yarn the wrong way around your needle on either the knit side, the purl side, or both. … This can result in this row of stitches being twisted, because when you wrap the yarn the wrong way the stitch becomes mounted on the needle incorrectly.
What does twisting stitches mean?
Twisted stitches are a common problem among knitters. They occur when the stitches from the previous row get twisted as the new row is worked. Below is an example of twisted stockinette stitch (on the left) compared with regular stockinette stitch (on the right).
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What is twisted garter stitch?
Twisted Garter St: Knit every st through back loop across row. … As a stitch sits on the left needle waiting to be knit it has a leg on the near side of the needle and one on the far side of the needle. You are going to knit into the back leg instead of the front one like normal.
Why is my knitting getting wider?
If your knitting is getting wider, it means that you are adding extra stitches or changing your tension along the way. More and/or wider stitches create the extra width. To prevent this, ensure that you are not making any new stitches unless the pattern tells you to.
Why do my knits look like purls?
Your knit stitches are hiding because you are knitting garter stitch. You get garter stitch when you knit both sides – at the end of each knitted row, you turn and start knitting again. … Since a purl is just a knit from the back. It’s very observant of you to see that it looks like you’re just purling!