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KnittingCreated by: Debdeb
Step: 1: Have needle with stitches on in your left hand and empty needle in your right. Hold the wool in your right hand as well
Step: 2: Put the right needle from the left to the right and front to the back of the first stitch, catching only the front loop
Step: 3: Take the wool behind the needles ...
Step: 4: And bring it in front of the right needle
Step: 5: Slide the right needle down and back through the way it went in, holding the wool tight so you don't drop the stitch you just made
Step: 6: Slide the old stitch off the left needle and tighten the new stitch
Step: 7: Repeat with next stitch ... Poke the needle through the middle of the stitch, left to right and front to back
Step: 8: Wrap wool round back of right needle ...
Step: 9: Bring through the middle of the two needles
Step: 10: Slide right needle down and back out the way it went in, holding the wool taught, to ensure the new stitch stays on the needle
Step: 11: Slide the old stitch off the top of the left needle and tighten the new stitch on the right needle. Continue till the end of the row, then swap needles over and start at the beginning again with the full needle in your left hand