Mikey teaches you how to Knit using conventional knitting needles. In part 3, you move the stitches back to the first needle.
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So going out for the third line, what we want to do is just go start again, just like so into the first thing, and going into the back needle again, and again flicking up and off. Did you see how easy that was? It was like butter. I told you, I promised you, the first few stitches are really tough, but once you get past the second row, it just like falls off like…
Now, when you do the stitches all the way like this, you are causing the stitches not to be very conventional looking knitting. Usually, most of the knitting that we see on the shirt tends to be very flat where the way that I am showing you now, because we are doing the same stitch. Every time we turn this around, it does not look like a normal sweater would be flat. And I guess the easiest way to describe it is on the product here, you see beautiful lines. That is achievable through the hand knitting that we are doing, but it is just a matter of changing our technique. So we have just finished again another line. See how fast that was? That was less than a minute.
Again, let us try another line. So into the back and you got just right in the back and around. Look at that. Isn’t that just so amazing? You will be surprised on how fast you can complete a scarf using this conventional way of knitting. The wonderful thing about knitting too, is that you can use that material on the background, it’s extremely fluffy, it is virtually impossible to crochet with something like that. But with knitting, because it pulls the strings tight around the needle, it’s very defined when it is on the needle, so you can easily do that. And again, we are all the way up the end again. So you can see that how you would get like a gap, a flat piece and then this bump, but if you turn it around, it will be at the bump and then the flat piece. So let us work on next on flattening this thing out so it looks like what you see here.