Here's the second video I made yesterday while starting my hat. This one is even less rehearsed than the first, but I think you'll get the idea. Just imagine we're in your living room having a conversation. Feel free to offer me a cup of coffee. Or some cake :-)
I show you how to fix a twist in your first row rather than have to rip
the whole thing out and start over. When you're new to knitting, it's
easy to think that everything has to be done right. But there are lots
of things that can be fixed on the go, and this is one of those things.
What I didn't mention in the video is that this only
works when you do it on your very first row. If you knit past the first
row with a twist in your work, you will end up with a mobius, which is a
whole different (and sometimes desirable) thing.