No matter which hand is your dominant hand, both hands are used in knitting. That’s due to the simple fact that there are two needles involved. Right-handed people can use their left hands when knitting, and left-handed people can use their right hands in the same way.
Do you knit from left to right?
Everything is done in reverse. Rather than knitting stitches from the left needle to the right needle, lefties knit from the right needle to the left needle. When making knit and purl stitches, lefties wrap the yarn CLOCKWISE around the needle rather than counter-clockwise as righties do.
What side am I knitting on?
The right side of your knitting is the face of the fabric. This is the side that will be on the outside of a garment. The wrong side is the back side of the fabric, and will be on the inside of a garment. When the right side of the fabric is facing you, you’re working on a right side row.
What does PUK mean in knitting terms?
What is picking up stitches? In UK patterns, picking up stitches is often expressed as “pick up and knit” (sometimes abbreviated to PUK or pick up and k), although in some patterns you may just be instructed to “pick up” a certain number of stitches.
How do you pick up stitches from left to right?
To pick up stitches, start on the left edge of your piece with the right side facing. Insert the left needle into the middle of the edge stitch, or between the first and second stitch; you can do either, but make sure you are consistent about it!