This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the reverse garter selvedge edge. Selvedge edges are way to finish your work giving it stability and structure, as well as a nice finish look. The reverse selvedge edge stitch is a variation of the garter stitch selvedge edge stitch. It is done by purling instead of knitting!
Materials Used in this Tutorial
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A Pair of Knitting Needles
Purl first st, with yarn in back knit until you get to the last stitch on your row.
With yarn in front purl the last stitch on your row. On wrong side of fabric purl all stitches.
Repeat rows 1-2 until you have reached your desired length.
Example of the Reverse Garter Selvedge Edge. (Click for Larger Image)
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