I have a question for the group. I've mostly knit scarves, hats, and a few gift bags. All of those were on straight needles. I've knit in the round three times, one pair of baby booties, a booga bag and now I'm 1/4 done with the childs sweater from' Last Minute Knitted Gifts'.
My question is when you knit in the round are you supposed to be knitting inside out? This sweater, and the Booga bag before it (both on circs) have the right side facing in towards the middle of the circs. Is this normal? I would have thought that the outside of the seater (the side that people see when it is worn) would be on the outside of the circs.
Can someone let me know if this is OK that the sweater is being knit like this? The booga bag was just a bag so I only had to turn it inside out to get the right side to face outwards. But as the sweater is more complicated I'm worried that I'm screwing it up.
If it turns out that the way mine is is wrong, can anyone provide a suggestion as to why this happens to me with circs? And can I just keep going with this sweater and turn it inside out at the end?
I hope my question makes sense. Thanks for any answers.