How do you put stitches in the middle of a row?
To do a knitted cast-on: Insert your right-hand needle into the last stitch worked on your left-hand needle as if to knit, wrap and pull a loop through then twist the newly made stitch and slip it onto the left hand needle.
Can you change yarn in the middle of a row knitting?
If you run out of yarn in the middle of a row, your options are the same: Tie a temporary knot with both yarns, leaving 4- or 5-inch (10- to 13-centimeter) ends; or knit the next stitch with both strands, drop the old one, and continue knitting from the new ball.
How do you turn your knitting 90 degrees and pick up stitches?
Turn your work 90 degrees clockwise and pick up one stitch in each of the garter ridges that you created. Insert your working needle in the edge of the garter ridge and knit into the stitch. Turn your work again 90 degrees clockwise and pick up three stitches along the edge. They may be a little difficult to see.