Originally Posted by Jan in CA
Normally, if you really do not want the normal "bump" that shows at the end of the row you can slip the first stitch with the yarn in front then move it back and knit the rest of the row including the last stitch. Then slip again when you turn to start the next row. To slip purlwise you stick the right needle straight into the next stitch and just move it to the right needle without knitting it. It can be done with the working yarn in front or back, but for the chain edge it's best in front.
I did tell you..the bold part. Apparently you can also slip the last stitch instead, but I don't know if it's purlwise or knitwise doing it that way.
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