Step 1: Casting On
If possible, cast all your stitches onto one needle. You can put a tip protector or rubber band on the non-working end of the needle to keep stitches from falling off.
The reason for this is simple: You want your cast-on stitches to
Many people are intimidated by the concept of using double-pointed needles, since it requires coordination of not two but four (and even five) separate needles. The truth is, once you get the hang of them, DPNs are extremely easy and useful tools.
Why go for DPNs?
Circular needles aren't actually circular – they're made up of a long strand of nylon cord with two short needles attached at either end.
Because each end has a pointed needle, you don't have to stop at the end of a row and turn your work