Continental knitting is much easier for me and my hands, but I hated the traditional Continental purl stitch.this is an alternate method for those who want to use Continental knitting throughout a piece
Knitting Help - Flicking "Flicking" is a fast, but unusual, way of knitting right-handed. Because the right needle is never released* to wrap the yarn, it is comparable to the speed of continental knitting.
Equal parts potato (mashed) and flour, plus one egg per 3 medium potatoes. Roll into finger-width logs. Cut to approx. sections. Place in boiling water. When they float, pull them out, rest them on a rack for a few minutes to dry off.