Normally when you PURL you insert the needle into the FRONT of the stitch.
Purling in the BACK of the stitch twists it and makes it tighter. There will be times when you will want to do this. When you do here's how:
- Insert the right needle into the BACK of the stitch as in the photo below.
- PURL the stitch off.
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