I knit Continental.
If you knit Continental then you know that tension with purl stitches tends to be looser than your knit stitches. Recently, on G+, there was a discussion of different knitting styles and several versions of the purl stitch came up in connection to the Continental style of knitting. Norwegian purl (my favorite - can't wait to practice this one!), allows the knitter to keep their yarn in the back of their work for both knit and purl stitches! Another version of the purl stitch that is quick, but has the working yarn brought to the front. This version causes the knit stitches on the other side to be twisted, so the return row should be knitted through the back loops to untwist those stitches.
Now on to the KAL! I'm working on the G+ Bashful Butterflies KAL and my little shawl is coming along nicely!
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Then started knitting it up with US7/4.5mm needles which is producing a very nice fabric!
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