Circular knitting - closing the circle

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Circular knitting - closing the circle


  • Cast on the necessary number of stitches +1 extra stitch.
  • Double check to make sure that the stitches aren’t twisted around the circular needle:

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  • Slip the first stitch purlwise.
    Step 1: Insert the right hand knitting needle purlwise (from back to front) into the first stitch on the left hand needle:

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  • Step 2: Move this stitch onto the right hand knitting needle:

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  • Now insert the left hand knitting needle into the 2nd stitch on the right hand knitting needle: 

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  • Lift this stitch over the first stitch (the one that you just slipped purlwise)…

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  • …and let it slip off the left hand knitting needle. 

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The stitch (marked with the arrow) is now “wrapped around” the slipped stitch. 


  • Pop on a stitchmarker to mark the start of your row.

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Now it's time to start knitting!

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