I had tried Continental Knitting before. I found it nice to have a change for my hands. But I noticed a big difference between the tension of either knitting style. I’m not sure what the right-handed style I learned as a kid is called. But I will say, Continental is more like how one holds fabric when crocheting.

Here’s my first practice piece front and back. The first two rows were the right hand method of purling. The rest is knit back and forth. Front, knit. Back, purl. I think that makes the stocking knit stitch. I need lots more practice.

The following is one of the YouTube tutorials I’m watching.