Loop Stitches Back
Surface loops,made by winding the yarn round a finger, can be knitted into the front or the back as you work. This firm fabric is suitable for making warm jackets or jerseys, used as an all over pattern, border, or part of a design.
2, Wind the yarn around the first finger of your left hand from front to back.
4, Knit the stitch letting it drop of the needle but do not drop the yarn looped around your finger.
6, Knit the 2 stitches on the left-hand needle together through the back of loops and drop the loop off your finger. Knit the next stitch.Repeat from * to end. Do not work a loop on the last stitch.
1, Knit 1 row. On the next row knit the 1st stitch then * insert point of right-hand needle into the next stitch on the left-hand needle and take the yarn round the needle as if to knit it.
3, Bring the yarn back round under the point of the right-hand needle.
5, Slip the 2 stitches just made from the right-hand needle to the left-hand needle, still keeping the yarn looped around your finger.
7, Knit one row. On the next row move the position of the loop along one stitch by knitting the first 2 stitches before working the first loop. These 2 rows form the loop pattern.