@rannadylin omg?? I should try that :00 thank you!! moving the yarn is the worst part rip me

Happy bonus – Continental style goes so much faster because of the streamlined yarn-wrangling. Second happy bonus – being able to knit both Continental and English styles means you can do colorwork with one color held in each hand and THAT is a blast, let me tell you! My favorite thing! Well, except for lace knitting. Nothing beats lace knitting. And maybe cabling. And definitely double knitting…um, I really like to knit. 🙂

As for purling in continental style though, here is a helpful page! (And also the page for the knit stitch, because you’d want to learn Continental style for both or else you’d be switching the yarn from one hand to the other all the time… )


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