The Purl Stitch (Norwegian) Continental Method

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What’s mind blowing about this method is that it’s a purl stitch worked with the yarn in back of the needle. This is the most common method used in Norway, Denmark and Switzerland.

Be sure to bring the right needle behind the working yarn before diving down into the stitch, or you end up with a YO between stitches.

Category: purl stitch