Sliding stitches is a great way to add a single row of knitting in another color. It’s super-easy and the results can look more complicated than they are.
For this tutorial, you’ll need work that’s already on the needles (OTN), and a second color of yarn. The work will need to be on a circular needle or double-pointed needles (for smaller projects).
Step 1: Slide the work to the other end of the needle.
The sides that were on the right/left have now switched.
Step 2: Using the CC, work a row as instructed.
Step 3: Both yarns will now be on the same side. Turn the work.
Step 4: Work the next row as instructed in the pattern.
Here’s a pic after a few rows have been worked with the main color: