In this tutorial Julie teaches you a different way to work a PRL (purl through the right loop). This is a right-leaning increase that happens at the end of the row in the Cocoknits Method. As you work the Upper Back of your garment, you increase one stitch before the last marker on the wrong side by purling through the back of the right loop below a stitch. Here's an alternative to try which you may find easier!
For other increase tutorials, see: KLL, KRL, PLL, PRL.
Hi Gabrielle, Yes, it is an increase. We have a tutorial for the purl through right loop increase (PRL) here as well. This hint gives a way that many people find easier to work it than the standard way. Hope that helps!
Doesn’t that create an extra stitch?
I will do it this way from now on!
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