With your right needle, from the bottom front, come up through the head of the purl bump just below the live stitch on your left needle.
This is where things get different. You'll twist the stitch onto your left needle by bringing your left needle forward to pick up the front of the purl bump and pass it from your right to left needle.
(This differs from the standard instructions where you would simply place the bump on the left needle without twisting. By twisting the stitch now you get to skip the final step of purling through the back loop. Curious about what a standard PRL looks like? Watch the tutorial here.)
Now all you have to do is purl your stitch and you've completed the PRL alternative! It looks exactly the same, but we think it's just a bit easier. Try it out with one of our Cocoknits Method patterns for your next project! 😉