The most common reason stitches become twisted is due to wrapping your yarn the wrong way when purling. If your stockinette stitch in the round is perfectly smooth, but it becomes bumpy when you work back and forth in rows, this may be your problem! When purling, be sure to wrap your yarn over the needle, not under.
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Why is my knitting twisting?
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.
How do you fix a mistake in knitting?
Solution: To avoid an accidental yarn over, make sure that when you knit a stitch, the yarn is in the back. When you purl a stitch, make sure the yarn is in front. To fix an accidental yarn over, unknit to the mistake and unwrap the yarn over. Continue knitting as usual.