What does it mean in knitting wrap and turn?
Wrap and turn (sometimes abbreviated as w and t) in knitting involves wrapping stitches with the working yarn, turning the work, and coming back to the wrapped stitches later. The wrap and turn works for anything from sock heels to shaping for accessories like the impressive shawl pictured above.
What does it mean to turn in knitting?
To turn, you literally stop in the middle of the row, turn your needles and start knitting in the opposite direction. This leaves a gap in the stitches. When turning sock heels, you will knit the stitch before the gap and the one after it together, eliminating any hole in the finished piece.
How do you pick up a wrap and turn stitch?
Step 1: Knit to the wrapped stitch and then without knitting into it, move it to the right hand needle. Step 2: Insert the left hand needle into the wrap and place it up on the right hand needle. Step 3: Push the wrap over the stitch so that it looks like two separate stitches.
How do you wrap and turn ribs?
Wrap on the purl side
- Purl to the point where you will wrap and turn. Keep the yarn in front.
- Slip the next stitch on the left needle to the right needle, purlwise.
- Bring the yarn to the back between the needles.
- Slip the stitch from the right needle back to the left.
What is a turning round in knitting?
You will be making somewhat of a hem, and the purl row is where you will fold your knitting down to attach the hem. This is what’s normally referred to as a “turning row”.
What does turn work mean in knitting in the round?
Glossary Cateogry: Pattern Terms. Also called: Turn. To flip your knitting so that the other side is facing you. On flat knitting, you have to turn your work after you finish every row. In pattern instructions, “turn your work” is shortened to “turn.”