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Old 02-24-2010, 02:54 PM   #2
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I have no idea!
Originally Posted by XxavoOo View Post
When I learned how to knit, I learned that a knit stitch was done through the back loop, and the purl stitch through the front one. In stockinette/ribbing on the flat,
Is there any difference on the result of your knitting when you knit through the front or back loop?
I am right now knitting a pair of fingerless mittens for myself. There is ribbing and I have to knit in back loop and purl in back look. Looks the same to me as regular knit in front and purl in front. So I will be curious to see what answer you get here. I find it much easier to knit the regular way especially in the purl in the back loop!! It sure slows me down and I knit continental and usually knit FAST.
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