Can u knit a circle?

Although you’re probably used to seeing crocheted circles, you can actually knit circles too. Start by casting a few stitches onto a double pointed needle and knit into the front and back of each stitch in order to increase the rows. Once you’ve cast on several rows, change to 3 double pointed needles.

Can you knit a circle with straight needles?

Knitting in the round is typically done on circular or double pointed needles (DPNs). … Fortunately, you can knit a tube open on both ends using straight needles for the entire project. You may want to use a cable needle or DPN to help with casting on and off, but this is up to you.

Can you knit a sphere?

NB: you can knit these spheres in stocking stitch or garter stitch. For stocking stitch, knit odd-numbered rows and purl even-numbered rows. For garter stitch, knit every row.

Can I use straight knitting needles instead of circular?

The short answer is “Yes, absolutely.” Use whichever style of needle is most comfortable for you. A slightly longer version goes like this: Both circular needles and straight needles have their uses.

How do you turn knitting into a round to straight needles?

Converting a circular pattern to a straight pattern involves making sure that every second or “wrong” row is reversed. If for instance the circular pattern says to knit 40 rows in the round, every other row in a straight pattern will require you to purl that row.

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