For future reference, when converting knitting flat to knitting in the round:
Every WRONG side row will need to be reversed. If in your instructions for flat knitting a wrong side row is to be knitted, when converting it to the round you will purl instead of knit. And vice versa, a wrong side row that calls for purl will be knitted. With stockinette or garter this is easy because whole rows are made up of only one stitch type (knits or purls), it gets a bit more complicated if you're converting ribs or lace or cables or whatever, but even that's do-able.
Sounds like you're on the right track now though, I'd be interested in seeing what it looks like.
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Hello! Sorry, this is an old thread but had a question about garter stitch in the round: is there a seam between the end of an old row and the start of a new one? I'm worried there'll be a little seam where a knit stitch is next to a purl stitch.
Thank you! That's extremely helpful! It looks like there's a teeny little line but it isn't too noticeable, unless you know exactly where to look and what to look for. Knitting is just magic. It's the best.