I was just reading a tutorial on twisted stitch kn... (
I think you are taking her information out of context and trying to apply it to conventional knitting.
The entire article is about twisted knitting and its advantages.
She is telling you how to deliberately twist stitches and then includes information and how you accidentally twist them.
There are books about twisted knitting. It is particularly used in Bavarian folk socks.
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I put my needle into the stitch and then throw the yarn from right to left over the needle, so this would be counter clockwise. I never have twisted stitches.
"under on the left and over to the right"... (
Actually I think it has to do with how you look at your needle when you are thinking about it. (looking down the needle from base to tip, or up the needle tip to base)
I think you are taking her information out of cont... (
In the next to the last paragraph she says to correct the problem of twisted stitches by wrapping the yarn clockwise which is going to produce twisted stitches. The context carried from the previous paragraph is how to untwist stitches. The description of how to wrap the yrn reads as a counterclockwise wrap which doesn't orient the leading leg on the back of the needle. I can't be sure what she's trying to say.
Twisting stitches deliberately is often useful.
I may have misunderstood what you're saying.