Someone recently asked me an interesting knitting question and I thought it would be worth demonstrating in a quick video.
The knitter said she was knitting a pair of toe up socks, continental style, using the magic loop method, and after casting on the toe of the sock, she noticed her knitting was suddenly inside out. She asked why that happens.
First I'd like to say it has nothing to do with magic loop knitting, and it has nothing to do with your knitting style. It can happen no matter what style of needles you're using to knit in the round or whether you're a Continental or English knitter. I'd also like to say that this isn't just related to sock knitting. It can occur whenever you are knitting a project, large or small, in the round.
So let's take a look at the poncho that happens to be on my needles right now as an example.
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