karenarp wrote:I am having a problem? I think. Is my work supposed to look like it is going upside down? No matter what I do I can't seem to get it to go 'under' my needles. This feels all kinds of wrong but not sure if it is right and I am not used to it. The 'v' side is on the outside, but the work is coming towards me, not away (or under) like I expect it would - photo attached
Also, how do you keep the beginning and end stitches tight enough?
Do you knit left-handed?
Here's how I usually describe circular knitting to my students:
Imagine that the circle of knitting is the top of a cup. You should be working at the spot where you would be sipping from. This way, the right side of the project will be on the outside, flowing down from your needles.
If you try to knit on the opposite side of the "cup", your project will be worked inside out.
To keep the stitches even, just pull the stitches a little tighter when changing to the next needle.
I hope this helps.