HOW TO PURL STITCH πŸ’– Step by Step Slowly with Studio Knit

HOW TO PURL STITCH πŸ’– Step by Step Slowly with Studio Knit


How to PURL stitch in knitting. Hello
I’m Kristen and welcome back to my channel Studio Knit. go ahead and just
watch me do the purl stitch one time and then we’ll do it together afterward so
purl stitch step one hold the knitting needle with the
stitches on it in your left hand and then hold the knitting needle without
any stitches on it in your right hand with your yarn in the front of your work
insert the right needle from back to front of the first stitch or you might
want to think of it as straight into it you’re right knitting needle is now
resting over your left needle purl stitch step two starting with your yarn
in the front wrap your yarn around the right side of that right needle in a
counterclockwise direction finishing with your yarn in the front of
your needles again purl stitch step three slide the right needle down and
bring its point from front to back of the stitch bringing the yarn with it and
purl stitch step four slip the old stitch off the left needle and now the
new stitch is on your right needle and if you’re excited that today you’re
purling go ahead like up this video it really helps me out so let’s do it
together purl stitch step one hold your knitting needle that has
stitches on it in your left hand and the knitting needle that does not have any
stitches on it will be in your right hand with your yarn in the front of the
work hold it right in the front insert your right needle from the back to the
front of this first stitch you can also think of it as going straight into it
you’re right knitting needle is now resting on top of your left needle step
two starting with your yarn in the front
wrap your yarn around the right side of your right needle here in a
counterclockwise direction finishing with the yarn in the front of your
needles again step 3 slide the right needle down bringing the
point from the front to the back of the stitch and bring the yarn along with it
step 4 slip the old stitch off the left needle and now your new stitch is on
your right needle let’s do it again together purl stitch step one holding
your yarn in the front insert your right needle into that stitch your right
needle is not resting on top of your left step two have your yarn in the
front and we’re wrapping it around the right side of your right needle in a
counterclockwise direction finishing with your yarn and the front
of your needles again step three slide the right needle down
bring the point from front to back of the stitch bringing the yarn with it and
step four slip that old stitch off the left needle and now we have two purl
stitches on our right needle let’s do it one more time together are you ready
step one make sure that the yarn is in the front of your needles that is very
important in purling and we’re going to take the right needle straight into the
stitch step two wrap the yarn around counterclockwise finishing with it in
the front step three slide that right needle down and bring the yarn along
with it and step four slip that old stitch off the needle
and now we have three purl stitches check out my entire absolute beginner
knitting series to get started knitting now available on teachable thanks so
much for watching and I will see you next time guys. BYE!

12 thoughts on “HOW TO PURL STITCH πŸ’– Step by Step Slowly with Studio Knit

  1. Question! I've always purled bringing the working yarn around the left/clockwise side of the needle, not the right. I've known I do it backwards, and havent noticed a difference between the way in this video and how i do it when i finish a work/row. Is this a serious problem that I should fix? It's such habit that doing it the "right" way feels weird!

  2. Great video! As a new knitter, these slow tutorials are soo useful. Newbie question, though: Are there any simple stich/purl combinations I should avoid? Which ones should I avoid? My grandma used to say "knit one purl two" like a mantra but what result would that have on knitting?

    Sorry for the probably dumb question, but thanks in advance for any help I can get here.

  3. What wool and needles are you using im new but have realy crapy needles that hurt my hands and very thin wool

  4. Hi, I hope you are doing well, I am a beginner in knitting and I always get stuck on step 3, for some reason it comes out as 2 stitches, could you give me any tips?
    Thank you in advance your videos are very helpful.
    Love from Mexico City πŸ‡²πŸ‡½πŸ’•

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