Are you ready to learn the Purl Stitch? I hope so, because that’s what you will be learning in this 4th part of my Knitting 101 Series.
So far, we have learned in previous lessons –
For this post, we will be focusing on the Purl Stitch.
Here is a sample of a piece that is made working a row of knit and a row of purl back and forth multiple times –
If you read a knitting pattern, the purl stitch is often abbreviated as ‘P’. So, if you see ‘P 20’ in a pattern, that simply means to Purl 20 stitches.
Most patterns will list their specific key chart to let you know exactly how each stitch is abbreviated.
For those of y’all that are visual learners, check out my Youtube channel for the video tutorial.
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How to do the Purl Stitch
Once you have cast on and have the number of stitches that you are wanting, you can now begin doing the purl stitch!
Step 1: Place the working yarn in front of your stitches
Step 2: insert your right hand needle into the front of the stitch on your needle in your left hand
Step 3: wrap your working yarn around your right hand needle
Step 4: Pull the yarn through the stitch with the right needle
Step 5: slide the stitch off of the left needle
Purl stitch complete.
Continue repeating steps 1-5 for each stitch across.
I hope that you have found this tutorial helpful! I love to see what everyone makes using inspiration from my blog! Be sure to tag me @okiegirlblingnthings on Instagram so I can see!
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